Heroin: Cape Cod, USA

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Anonymous on March 7, 2020 at 16:47.

Party Line It always amazes me that literally no one cared about heroin in the “hood” or poverty stricken areas, until heroin started affecting privileged blond kids in so-called “middle America”. And this film falls right into that category, sadly. No doubt funded (see credits) by the same government and ex-government lobbyists and reps who benefit from the business who have found a way to benefit from the “opiate crisis”. Google “Advocates for Opioid Recovery” and see the Reps and Dems who have…

Anonymous on March 7, 2020 at 17:13.

What is the goal of this documentary? I’m guessing this documentary’s goal is to put a face on the heroin crisis in Cape Cod, but there’s something about the storytelling her that is self-indulgent and reckless. The first two subjects interviewed had significant time sober and within weeks of their interviews, they relapsed. Guess what? Reminiscing about a lifestyle of addiction is VERY reckless. If you have an addict in your life and you want to know more about the why’s and how’s of what they’ve done, be warned–when an addict…

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