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Shows how the human brain manufactures and uses drugs. Explores the cutting edge of developments in the biochemistry of addiction and addictive behavior. Discusses why some people are able to overcome their addictions while others cannot, what type of individual is most susceptible to addiction, and the factors of the mind and brain that influence recovery from addiction.
A poetic retrieval of the years filmmaker Carol Morley spent in Manchester, where in the early s, her life was lost in an alcoholic blur.
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Filmed in East London. DVD Altered States: The film encompasses the use of tobacco, alcohol, morphine, caffeine, opium, cocaine, LSD, marijuana and other substances. An analysis and debate on conflicting approaches to preventing drug abuse and trafficking.
Should America shift its strategy in the war on drugs from prevention, interdiction, and prosecution to a policy of treatment, regulation, and control?
Originally broadcast June 22, on the television program Nightline Dist.: The Dark End of the Street A documentary filmed in San Francisco, California from December to January when black tar heroin use, particularly among young adults, surged to record levels in the city.
Looks at two years in the lives of five young heroin addicts, ages 18 to 25, as they face the perils of hard core drug addiction -- crime, prostitution, rape, incarceration, AIDS, overdoses and death.
A film by Steven Okazaki. Bill Moyers on AdditionDist.: Bill Moyers explores the issues of drug and alcoholaddiction. Scientists are making dramatic discoveries about how addiction affects the brain.
Bill Moyers goes into thelaboratory to follow researchers engaged in charting the effects of cocaine on a brain, who explain how brain scans reveal addiction as a chronic relapsing brain disease. Moyers also observes a genetic researcher as he monitors a variety of factorsthat may determine who is likely to developalcoholism.
Bill Moyers focuses on the point that no singletreatment program will work for all addicts. He visitsthe Ridgeview Institute to interview recovering addicts and sit in on a group therapy session. The program also visits Project Safe, a treatment program that reaches out to disadvantaged mothers who are addicts and to their children who areat serious risk of becoming addicts.
Experts are increasingly focusing on prevention efforts based on community and family. This documentary looksat two of these efforts. One works with parents addicted to heroin by teaching them how to repair the damage to family wrought by drug abuse, and in spite of it, how to raise strong, resilient children.
In a second program, vigilant counselors in Dade County schools watch for kids at risk of becoming drug addicts, and offer immediate counseling for thosewho are already involved with drugs.
School officials, counselors, and students are interviewed. Proposition proposed a reassessment of the status of nonviolent drug addicts now serving time, and emphasized treatment over incarceration. On the Washington scene members of Congress, doctors, policy activists and recovering people have joined to push for new public policy.
A disturbing and intimate portrait of the destructive power of drug addiction, including a crack-induced fit and near-fatal heroin overdose, as well as a moving, poignant look at the intense love between a mother and her son living on the edge of society.
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