Rock Bottom: Gay Men & Meth (2006)
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While abuse of Crystal Meth (a form of homebrewed amphetamines) has been on the rise in all parts of the United States, use of the drug has becomes especially problematic in a number of large cities with sizable gay populations. Many users claim Crystal Meth increases sexual pleasure and retards the male orgasm, allowing men to have sex longer and more often than they could otherwise; Meth also blunts inhibitions, gives users a feeling of invincibility, and fuels impulsive behavior, and as a
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Docu succeeds surprisingly well in illuminating the fearsome grip of crystal meth, which, in giving users a false feeling of invincibility, is undoing years of careful HIV control.
If silence = meth, as posters in Chelsea remind us, then Corcoran's film at least serves as an ice breaker.
A graphic study of sex and drug addiction, Rock Bottom goes beyond the pieties of the recovery movements to confront deeper questions about the pursuit of sensation.
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