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Beyond its plea for research, the documentary is largely hopeful, but for balance could include more anecdotes and details of when the treatment doesn't have the desired results.
Though the film seems pretty thoroughly convinced on this topic, its main argument should ring true even for skeptics: We won't know the answers if, thanks to the drug's Schedule I status in the US, scientists remain unable to study its effects.
A smart, vitally important documentary look at medical marijuana, how it is helping real Americans right now, and why Big Pharma has ignored its healing properties.
WEED THE PEOPLE is a powerful advocate for, if nothing more, the need for research.
WEED THE PEOPLE will have moviegoers thinking much differently about methodologies if they know someone diagnosed with cancer.
An inspirational documentary that gives the 411 on using 420 to treat children with cancer.
Passionate, fact-based arguments back up this brilliant re-branding of the "legalize weed" debate.
Weed the People is one part didactic, one part polemic, and one part human story. The documentary methodically alternates among these three, ultimately landing a compelling, if at times sentimental and anecdotal argument.
Undoubtedly, not everyone will agree that medical marijuana should be available. But "Weed the People" makes a powerful argument.
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