Cash Crop (2009)
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Critic Reviews: 3
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Average Rating: 3.9/5
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Undercover for nearly 2 years, award winning director and musician, Adam Ross is finally going public with his latest film. CASH CROP is a feature length documentary road trip throughout California to the Emerald Triangle and the heart of the American Dream exploring America's largest cash crop: marijuana.-- (C) Official Site
Oct 1, 2010 Limited
Sierra Films - Official Site
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Eye-opening, yes, but Ross never ventures much beyond the mega-crop's production phase and into the specifics of its wider sale and distribution, where things likely get even thornier -- and perhaps more interesting.
A rambling, laid-back but illuminating look at a host of issues entangled in the subject of marijuana and its evolving criminal/legal status.
Good vibrations are achieved even if this is the most laid-back documentary ever made.
After offering medicinal, religious, monetary and recreational rationales, Cash Crop concludes that it's high time that California stop squandering tax dollars by prosecuting folks for mass-producing marijuana. Are you listening, Governator?"
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