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The history of the American government's war on marijuana in the 20th century.

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Ratings: IMDB: 7.3/10 Metascore: 64% RT: 75%
Released: September 15, 1999
Runtime: 80 mins
Genres: Documentary History
Countries: Canada
Director: Ron Mann
Actors: Allen Ginsberg Cab Calloway Cheech Marin Chevy Chase Dwight D Eisenhower Fiorello LaGuardia Gene Krupa George Bush Gerald Ford Gertrude Michael Jerry Garcia Jimmy Carter John F Kennedy John Lennon John Sinclair Nancy Davis Richard Nixon Robert Mitchum Ronald Reagan Timothy Leary Tommy Chong Woody Harrelson Yoko Ono

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Posted by Kelgan 6 years, 10 months ago
-2 | +9 / -11

I guarantee the people passing judgement haven't even got their facts right. This was interesting and Woody Harrelson did a good job as the narrator.

Posted by MDavitt 4 years, 10 months ago
-3 | +14 / -17

I still can't believe how much funds have been poured into the 'War on Drugs' , that to me is more criminal then the act of smoking pot, this movie was made in 99, to this day we still have the closed mindness that this movie portrays. For the love of god can we please just legalize and regulate Mary J.

Posted by SirMercilous 5 years, 5 months ago
-3 | +7 / -10

I liked this one, cause it was funny and laid back, not too serious, but you still get useful info thrown into the entertainment. 8/10.

Posted by astrocreep1982 7 years, 9 months ago ( Edited 7 years, 9 months ago )
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How could YOU even compare weed to alcohol??? In recorded history there's never been a single death attributed to marijuana!!! NOT 1 EVER! This is a fact btw! All that aside, this movie rocks because it shows how closed minded our government is. A movie that will get u rolling on the FAQ's about prohibition and legalization is "The Union". I also would recommend watching "The Emperor Wears No Clothes", which is a documentary about the life and times of N.O.R.M.L.'s main contributor, Jack Herer. If u have any interest in today's pot laws and the progression of marijuana's legalization I recommend that you watch both the docs I mentioned above.

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