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(355) 7.0 97 min 2018

Weed the People is a movie starring Mara Gordon, Tracy Ryan, and Chico Ryder. Patients suffering from cancer, and their families, struggle against mean-spirited legislation, and the proclaimed goal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions...

Tracy Ryan, Chico Ryder, Angela Smith, Mara Gordon
Abby Epstein

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Abby Epstein
Stars Tracy Ryan, Chico Ryder, Angela Smith, Mara Gordon
Country USA
Runtime 1H 37M
Description Patients suffering from cancer, and their families, struggle against mean-spirited legislation, and the proclaimed goal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions to roll back marijuana reforms in states such as California.

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Friday, 26 Jun 2020 19:13

I had not seen this movie in a while but I had remembered from my youth that I was somewhat the same, but I was in a special group of kids that used to smoke, which we called it. I was never really sick with it but I had gotten up from my chair and turned off the TV and was left alone in the house, until I was told that the TV was being turned off for maintenance and I started to turn it back on and there it was, the unmistakable smell of marijuana in the room! The stories from the kids I grew up with were a combination of incredible and horrible. I remember a girl that couldn't sleep, cried and begged for it to stop but no one cared, the other kids would tell her that she was too young and didn't understand. She never had any friends, she was depressed and decided to quit. It was all downhill for me as I grew up in a small town where there wasn't a single person that used to smoke weed. I was fascinated by this documentary and was deeply moved by it. I watched it many times as it became more and more clear to me that what I had seen in the beginning of the movie, the disturbing thing that started it all, was the same thing that I had known all my life, as a child, that these kids used to do. It had taken a turn in my life that I am not ready to understand, I am now not only a grown up, but I can understand it. I know that it is not only a bad thing to do, but it is bad to be exposed to. My son and daughter-in-law are the only ones who really knew about this, but I knew it was wrong and I wanted to do something about it. That was when I got involved with the Anti-Drugs campaign. I think we really have to do something to protect kids from the harmful effects of drugs. It was interesting to see that while the people who we did the research with in the film were saying that this was the worst thing that ever happened to them and they had been addicted for 10 years, they also said that they had never been clean. It was not just the kids who used to smoke, it was the parents who started this, who started it, and who started it. I know that we are all fortunate that there are so many people who still believe in the very idea of Marijuana and what it can do, even though it may not be as enjoyable as smoking, as a recreational drug. I am very glad to see that people are willing to get into this issue, to make it stop. That is what I am hoping is going to happen with the adults of the world and the kids. A documentary like this should be seen by every parent of a child who smokes, and should be used as a tool to educate the parents of children who are already involved in it. It is important for all parents of children to understand that smoking pot is not as harmless as they think and that the law needs to be changed to protect them and help them. A good education about drugs is needed and this is an excellent start.
Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 13:42

I did not know what to expect from the Weed the People documentary, but after watching it, I realized that it is a very important and important subject to the American public. Every time that I walk out of a movie theater, I see that I haven't watched a movie in years, and I don't remember what it was that I had just seen. It's about smoking marijuana, of course. It is also about the freedom that it gives to a people, when they decide to be a part of the decision and stand up for their rights. I really like the interview, especially with Michael Moore. I don't know what it was that he said, but I love it! Also I liked the way that the interview was presented and showed, that all the things that the people interviewed did, that it was a documentary and not a movie. They said what they did, and then the interviewer showed them doing the same thing in different ways. I think that it was very important and important for the people to be aware and to know what it is that they can do with their decisions. I do not think that it was easy for me to watch this movie, because I am very tired of this kind of media. I think that we need to let people know that it is not easy for them to be a part of this decision. We have to have a few more people in society that are going to stand up for the rights of their fellow citizens, not just those of them that we know are well educated, that they are from higher income and that they have something to contribute to the community. This is a powerful film, and I hope that it will be seen by a lot of people in the future.
Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 22:48

I had never heard of "weed the people" until I saw this documentary, and I don't regret having seen it. It is very well produced and I really liked the different ways it was presented, from the sensationalism to the documentary style. The most effective scenes were when the narrator, Bud Cramer, was talking about his life with his friend and partner in crime, Ricky Bates. The end of the documentary shows Ricky being interviewed by the narrator, and you can just imagine the tension between them. I really enjoyed the interviews with the four guys, and Bud Cramer, who made the documentary very interesting and very interesting to watch. He was funny, good-looking and likeable. The documentary also touches on the connection between the hippies and the drug dealers, and how the hippies were used by the drug dealers to get free drugs. I thought that Bud Cramer was very articulate and entertaining in his interview with Ricky, which was interesting. The last interview was with Barry Dennen, and it was very interesting to hear him talk about the DEA, and the big power play that the DEA was involved in. This is a good documentary to see, and it is not very violent, and it doesn't make the drug dealers look like the good guys. But, it does make the hippies look like the bad guys, because they are completely covered by the documentary. This is a good documentary to see, and you should see it. The documentary is very well produced, and the interviews with Bud Cramer and Ricky Bates were excellent.

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