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DRUGS SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: The House I Live In (2012) is about drug policies! Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare (2012) by fighting excessive drugging rather than preventative care. Unlimited (2011) is about a very complicated drug conspiracy that ultimately leads to an attempt to assassinate a political person. Love and Other Drugs (2010) emphasizes how prescription medicines are marketed by corrupt pharmaceutical representatives; Little Fockers (2010) has a energetic female pharmaceutical representative who may fit the profile of being sexy! The Art of the Steal (2009) is about Albert C. Barnes who developed a mild silver nitrate antiseptic solution, marketed as Argyrol, which was used in the treatment of gonorrhea. This suggests that minerals or element seen on the periodic table are often best at curing disease rather than drugs made from plants. Winter's Bone (2010) is a Southern Gothic about a drug-dealing father; Animal Kingdom (2010) is a harrowing about delusional persons; starts slow & ends with a BANG! Movies about abuse and/or drugs are Before the Devil Knows You're Dead (2007) , Twelve (2010), Mystic River, Traffic, Ciderhouse Rules, The Opponent, Magnolia, Boogy Nights, The Barbarian Invasions. Movie suggestions to let you know problems are common of some of the best reviewed or that did well at the box office: The Wrestler (2008), Pineapple Express (2008), Casino (1995), El Cantante (2007), Dead Ringers (1988), Crack Headz Gone Wild (2006), Bug, Clean, The Constant Gardener, De-lovely, Domino, Inside Deep Throat (2005), American Gangster, Scarface, Kids in America, Layer Cake, Libertine, Marcia Full of Grace, Thank You For Smoking, Training Day, Veronica Guerin and Wonderland (2003), Midnight Cowboy (1969), Sugar (2004), Dazed and Confused (1993), Drugstore Cowboy, Naked Lunch, The Basketball Diaries, Kids, Leaving Las Vegas, Trainspotting (1996), Human Traffic, 54, Thirteen, Requiem for a Dream, Dead Ringers (1988), Crack Headz Gone Wild (2006), Permanent Midnight (1998), Loosing Isaiah, House of Sand & Fog are about the evils of drugs. Opiate blockers drugs may help reduce addiction, reenactment and depression because addicts may product extra opiate in response to stress or stimulation so they get addicted to stress. Eventually they may be unable to feel anything, including pain. Chloride may be the cure for shacking, seizures and tends to be reduced in the body as person's age. Almost all drugs may be avoided using supplements and nutrition. Persons who live in areas where their drinking water is mineralized, usually at high altitudes, tend to live the longest. The Constant Gardener (2005) and Michael Clayton (2007) both deal brilliantly with corruption of a drug company or clinical trials. Few movies deal with this subject well. Prescription for Disaster (2006) (V) is a documentary about the toxic codependence of the pharmaceutical industry, the FDA, lobbyists, lawmakers, medical schools, and researchers, Prescription for Pain 3: Bad Medicine (1993) (V), The Union: The Business Behind Getting High (2007), Medicating Kids (2001), American Drug War: The Last White Hope (2007), A Private Matter (1992) (TV), and World's Most Dangerous Drug (2006). Most television and movies have done a great deal to get the public to trust doctors and medicine. Prozac Nation (2001) is about sex and drug abuse.