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DOSED

DOSED is a movie starring Adrianne, Tyler Chandler, and Nicholas Meyers. After years of prescription medications failed her a suicidal woman, Adrianne, turns to underground healers to try and overcome her depression, anxiety, and...

Other Titles
Dosed
Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tyler Chandler
Writer
Jessie Deeter, Nicholas Meyers, Tyler Chandler
Actors
Rick Doblin, Nicholas Meyers, Adrianne, Tyler Chandler
Country
USA, UK, Canada, Gabon
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

After years of prescription medications failed her a suicidal woman, Adrianne, turns to underground healers to try and overcome her depression, anxiety, and opioid addiction with illegal psychedelic medicine like magic mushrooms and iboga.

Comments about documentary «DOSED» (13)

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Marie K.

Most of the students in my day school were normal. They didn't drink, they weren't doing drugs or even much of anything. But one of the guys in my day school drank a lot. He had a lot of fun and made lots of friends in school. And we all saw him as the leader of the school. I think that the name of the movie should have been "DRUGDOGS". You know, a guy who has to work hard to do drugs and gets a lot of fun. You know, it's not the perfect movie but it's a good movie to show to your friends and to show to your parents. Also, it's nice to see a guy like this. I like this guy and it's sad to see him doing drugs. It's a good movie to watch.

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Donna P.

In some ways, this documentary is a classic. It is beautifully filmed, with amazing interviews with some of the world's most famous philosophers. The film takes the viewer into the depths of the mind of a man who has lived for over thirty years in a wheelchair, and the adventures that he has been able to have, both as a result of his condition, and as a result of the society in which he has lived his life. This documentary should be viewed by everyone, as it will show the humanity in all of us, and will make you think about your own life. I strongly recommend this film, and if you do not have it, I hope that you will find it soon, as it will not be long.

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Joe

This movie makes it clear that many white people don't have a clue about race relations. I was shocked to hear that many white people in the US don't understand that the issue of racism is a lot more complex than just the ones that go out and beat up people in the street. This movie really makes you understand that racism isn't just a problem for black people, it is a problem for all people. I highly recommend this movie to everyone.

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Grace F.

I am a member of the USGS and I was privileged to see the film in 3D. I was surprised to see how close the film was to the actual historic data. The film was accurate and accurate enough to allow a one man show to tell the story of the numbers of earthquakes and the events that caused them. I thought that the audio was also very good. The director/writer of the film was very accurate in telling the story of how and why the world was created. The film was also very accurate in describing the results of the "big bang" theory. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of the world.

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Steven T.

It is so refreshing to see a documentary film about a very real subject. The subject of the documentary is the HSE's abuse of women in the nursing home system. The film is very well made and I found it very informative. It covers a lot of ground, including many aspects of the current state of nursing homes, the government and other institutions involved in the care of the poor, the many lawsuits against the HSE, the care that is provided to the residents of these facilities, the care that is provided to the staff, and the monitoring of the residents. I also appreciated the film's ability to explore a number of other topics, including the HSE's history, the use of prison labor, the time spent in the old nursing homes, and the role of the press in the HSE's scandals. The film also uses very good footage and also has some very interesting interviews with people involved in the care of the elderly. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone interested in nursing homes or any other subject that might be of interest to someone. I would also recommend that anyone who is interested in such topics as health care reform and social justice issues be very interested in this film.

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Kyle P.

This is an intelligent and impressive documentary, which is well-made, clever, and insightful. It's really not for everyone, as there are some spoilers here, but I think it's worth a look. It's about the "culture" of middle-aged, white men who are basically running the country and, in the process, have done a great deal of harm to society. These men are mostly white and they have built an entire culture around the idea that their "normal" lives are the best thing in the world. In fact, they have created a world in which those who are trying to "fit in" with the rest of society and who are trying to be creative are routinely mocked, belittled, and even punished. Some of the best examples of this are the ones that the film "chickens" show of middle-aged men who go out into the street and attack anyone who looks like they might be a "ho" or a "bitch". If you're young and/or male and you think you're in a normal, "normal" life, this documentary is a good way to look at what you're up against. I think it's really important to understand the culture of these men and the mindset that drives them, and it's a very important perspective on what's going on in this country today. It's also important to understand that the "credibility" of these men is entirely fabricated. The film shows that these men are not just motivated by their own sense of masculinity. They're also motivated by some kind of self-preservation, and that's what makes the whole culture so dangerous. They feel they are not just doing right, but that they're doing the right thing. This is a film that's not for everyone, but I think it's important to see for those of us who are interested in what's going on in the country today. 8/10

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Rose B.

This is a great documentary that provides some solid information about the weapons and the industrial interests that were behind the development of the nuclear bomb. The film also examines the 'nuclear option' of the U.S. and the consequences of the decision. Although the film does not focus on the nuclear program in the U.S. it does show how much of a financial and political commitment it took to get the U.S. involved in the first place. The film does not shy away from any controversy, but instead focuses on the massive and dangerous risks of nuclear weapons. It also gives a look into the lives of the men who are directly involved in the nuclear weapons program. Overall, the film is a great overview of the development of the nuclear bomb. I would highly recommend this documentary.

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Vincent V.

As a film student I love documentaries. In fact, I've been obsessed with them for over 10 years. This film is the most accurate depiction of a video game I've ever seen. In fact, it is the most accurate portrayal of a video game that I've ever seen. I believe this is the most accurate representation of a video game ever made. It's the first film that I've seen that is completely accurate and non-biased. If you haven't seen this film, then you haven't seen a video game. It is the only film that I've ever seen that is 100% accurate. The documentary is as good as any documentary. It shows you everything about the game, including the first person perspective. It also shows the bad and good of the game, and also shows how the game is affected by the fans and how the game is getting back into the public eye. The documentary is so well done and so well researched that it would take an entire class to be able to understand all the details of the film. The film also has a great soundtrack that is perfect for the film. It's hard to find a better soundtrack for a video game documentary than this one. It fits perfectly with the style of the film. I love the soundtrack and the way it fits with the style of the film. I'm not going to give any spoilers, but it's really great. This is one of my favorite documentaries of all time. It is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. This is the best documentary that I've ever seen.

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Danielle

This documentary is a film from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, which was the first Canadian documentary to be broadcast on television. It is an interesting and informative film. It is also a film that, although in retrospect, I do not think is completely accurate. But it's a good film nonetheless. I am a fan of the CBC, and of the many documentaries that they have aired on their network. The first documentary I have seen from them, titled "Hands on the Ground," was one of the most informative and thought-provoking documentaries I have ever seen. The next documentary, "The Fog," was another excellent documentary that I found to be very well-made. "Drowned," however, was an excellent documentary that was entirely biased. There were two things I did not like about this documentary. One, it made no mention of the struggle of the people who were actually living in the fog. It also did not discuss the human rights violations that were going on in Vietnam, and the human rights violations that were going on in Cambodia. Two, it made no mention of the genocide that was going on in the Congo, or the genocide in Rwanda. These two things made me very upset. However, in retrospect, I can see that it was an important documentary, and I do recommend it to anyone who is interested in this subject. I would also like to point out that this documentary did not have an official theme, and there were no pop-culture references or references to pop culture. This is a documentary that should be watched by anyone interested in the subject. The only other documentary that I have seen from the CBC is "The Great Escape," and I would strongly recommend that anyone who has not seen that one should see this one. I give this documentary a 9 out of 10.

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Sean Ferguson

A great documentary about the struggles of the IWW, who were still the largest union in America at the time. The IWW has been in the news recently for their involvement in the strike against the Boeing corporation in 1994. The documentary takes a more personal view on the union and their struggles with the IWW's Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). The documentary goes into detail about the union and how they deal with their differences with other unions, how they are still a part of the IWW, and the major differences they face with other unions. The documentary is really fascinating, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the IWW, or union struggles in general.

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Philip C.

I enjoyed the documentary very much. The topic is fascinating, but this is not the documentary I expected to see. Instead of a documentary about the Holocaust, it is about a group of Israeli teenagers and how they cope with their situation in the camp. I would have liked to see a little more about the Holocaust. The documentary seems more like a film, rather than a documentary about the Holocaust. I'm not sure how much this film is about the Holocaust, or the camp, or the Israeli teens. But it is a good documentary about the topic. And I liked the way the film was shot. It was well filmed and the footage seemed real.

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Victoria

Director Jeff Nichols is a superb film-maker and author. In this film he presents a concise, poignant and interesting biography of William Katt, a prolific film director who lived and worked in Los Angeles for nearly 50 years. William Katt is the most prolific filmmaker of all time. He's directed more than 1,000 films, many of which are acclaimed classics, and is a true creative genius. He was the creator of the Oscar-winning film "The Cider House Rules" (1953), the screenplay for the Hollywood-bashing classic "Old School" (1961), and the feature film adaptation of "Gone With the Wind" (1939). However, while these films are acclaimed, his legacy is still not entirely appreciated. Most people know him best as the "white knight" in "The King of Comedy", a remake of a classic Howard Hawks film that was panned by critics and audiences alike. Others know him best as the artist whose film made the Grand Duke of Kiska a household name. He also directed such classics as "The Comeback Kid", "Big Fish", "Take of Africa", "Fried Green Tomatoes", "A Night in the Life of Jones", "The Cider House Rules", "Bonnie and Clyde", "Unlawful Entry", "A Mighty Wind", "Three Women", "Sleeping with the Enemy", "Heart of Darkness", "The Aviator", "The Long Goodbye", "Gone With the Wind", "Born Into Brothels", "Short Circuit", "The Apartment", "Valkyrie", "Easy Rider", "The Wild Bunch", "Hannah and Her Sisters", "Manhattan Murder Mystery", "Blue Velvet", "The Naked Kiss", "Love Story", "The Last Picture Show", "The Lives of Others", "The Bonfire of the Vanities", "Young Frankenstein", "Hedda Gabler", "The Bell Jar", "Lolita", "The Long Kiss Goodnight", "The Best Years of Our Lives", "Rear Window", "The Artist", "Zeroville", "Carry On", "The Last Picture Show II", "Walkabout", "My Blue Heaven", "The Weight of Water", "Intolerance", "Funny Girl", "A Christmas Carol", "The Greatest Showman", "A Beautiful Mind", "The Terminal", "American Beauty", "The Long Goodbye", "A Clockwork Orange", "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes", "Lolita", "The Long Goodbye", "Death Note", "The Player", "La La Land", "Boyhood", "Annie Hall", "The Last King of Scotland", "Birdman", "The Last Picture Show", "Before the Flood", "The Whistleblower", "Forrest Gump", "Gone With the Wind", "A Night in the Life of Jones", "The Naked Kiss", "The Piano Teacher", "Manhattan Murder Mystery", "Rear Window", "Gone With the Wind", "My Blue Heaven", "No Country for Old Men", "Titanic", "The Age of Innocence", "Catch 22", "Crash", "Requiem for a Dream", "The Fifth Element", "Heaven Can Wait", "The Aviator", "Mystic River", "Magnolia", "The Piano Teacher", "The Cider House Rules", "A Mighty Wind", "The Butler", "The American President", "After Hours", "The Purple Rose of Cairo", "The Proposition", "I Am Sam", "Arbitrage", "L.A. Confidential", "Happiness", "The Best Years of Our Lives", "The Aviator", "A Beautiful Mind", "The Piano Teacher", "L.A. Confidential", "A Most Violent Year", "L'avventura", "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans", "Midnight Cowboy", "Meet Joe Black", "The Turning Point", "The Life Aquatic", "The Piano Teacher", "The Dictator", "The Perfect Storm", "The Breakfast Club", "The Big Lebowski", "The Hangover", "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens", "The English Patient", "La La Land", "Barcelona", "Stardust Memories", "The Departed", "The Paperboy", "Million Dollar Baby", "The Fountain", "The Green Mile", "Lost in Translation", "Intolerance", "Gone with the Wind", "The French Lieutenant's Woman", "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", "A Beautiful Mind", "The Life Aquatic

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Brenda H.

This is one of the most important films in history and it should be shown in schools and colleges around the world. It is one of the best documentaries ever made. It is a good documentary that needs to be shown to everyone who has a chance to see it. The only thing that is missing is more people. This film is a must see and will inspire everyone to follow their dreams. I am sure you will love this film and it will give you hope for your own life. I give this film a 10 out of 10.