Tweaked Film Series - 2 parts

Subject: 
Methamphetamine
Minutes Long: 
20 and 50 min.

Not Rated, may be unsuitable for young children, viewer discretion is advised.

The two films closely examine the allure, popularity and destructive influence of Methamphetamine in the lives of several youth. The shorter 20 minute film “Tweaked”, the first in the series, presents the hopeless road to death and destruction that comes with Meth abuse. Designed for the classroom or rehab centre, it’s a “Scared Straight” presentation which delivers a wake up call to the addict or potential user; “there is little room for escape”.

Part two of the series runs 50 minutes and includes all of the graphic sequences shown in part one, plus a family of four girls who recovered from meth addiction. Both shows weave through intense and graphic interviews with: kids on the street; a street wise narcotics officer; a drug abuse counsellor and two D.A.’s who reveal the grizzly aftermath of meth-induced crimes typical of those sweeping our country.

Produced By: 
The Foundation
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