National Geographic: World's Most Dangerous Drug

Overview

Few drugs take such a devastating physical and psychological toll on the user than Methamphetamine, and in this National Geographic documentary host Lisa Ling takes an in-depth look at the highly-addictive stimulant that has ruined lives and destroyed communities across the globe. Interviews with both the people whose lives have been aversely affected by Meth as well as the users themselves offer a chilling portrait of a deadly drug phenomenon that has only gained power due to the ready availability of the ...
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Overview

Few drugs take such a devastating physical and psychological toll on the user than Methamphetamine, and in this National Geographic documentary host Lisa Ling takes an in-depth look at the highly-addictive stimulant that has ruined lives and destroyed communities across the globe. Interviews with both the people whose lives have been aversely affected by Meth as well as the users themselves offer a chilling portrait of a deadly drug phenomenon that has only gained power due to the ready availability of the ingredients needed to manufacture it and the low cost of acquiring it.
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Special Features

Interactive timeline: the evolution of drugs in america
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/16/2007
  • UPC: 727994751779
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  • Source: Nat'l Geographic Vid
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 52:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 23,078

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- National Geographic: World's Most Dangerous Drug
1. Introduction [1:37]
2. No Borders [2:54]
3. Meth and Crime [2:39]
4. Faces of Meth [5:35]
5. "Magical Drug" [3:41]
6. Meht-Induced Nightmare [4:22]
7. Ya Ba [6:14]
8. Destructive Spiral [5:55]
9. Cooking Meth [4:56]
10. Cracking Down [4:46]
11. Conclusion [8:10]
12. End Credits [:16]
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