Kings of Cannabis (Full Length Documentary)

[MUSIC PLAYING] KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: We’re on the side of a mountain. And there’s about thousands of marijuana plants around us. -This is like, two, three hectares– like 20, 30,000 plants. And then you know that you’re going to find a champion there if you look long enough. It’s a massive field, full of pot. KRISHNA ANDAVOLU: You might not know who Arjan Roskam is, but you’ve probably smoked his weed. Since 1985, Arjan’s been producing some of the most well-known

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Underground LSD Palace

HAMILTON MORRIS: Dearest Krystle, I cannot express the excitement within me when I think that shortly we will meet face to face. Over the years, I’ve read your books and watched your videos, perused court documents, police records, and affidavits, yet I still feel confused about what happened between you, Todd, and the LSD laboratory so many years ago. I hope that when we are together, I will finally understand what transpired, and the truth will shine brightly as a

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The Deadly Synthetic Drug Epidemic Killing New Zealanders

I’ve known about five friends that have died of it it’s affected a lot of lives. It’s not something that New Zealand has seen before. The synthetics is destroying West Auckland not just people, but the community, everything. This is the main area where we used to smoke. I used to see little kids running through here, spewing up just seizuring in the middle of the road on this roundabout here. I found a women actually blacked out over here

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Uganda’s Moonshine Epidemic

THOMAS MORTON: We’re in Uganda. Uganda’s had a pretty good spell the last 25 years– no major civil wars, a little bit of an Ebola outbreak every so often, including right now. And they’re the alcoholism capital of Africa. One favorite type of booze the locals make is called waragi. We’re going to go make some, drink some, and hopefully not go blind. In 2004, the World Health Organization released its global status report on alcohol and health, finding Uganda

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Life of a New York Subway Performer

JOE CROW RYAN: It’s very important to be able to exercise indifference to anything if you’re going to enjoy your stay in Brooklyn. And we know you’re not all from here. And that’s OK. We’re famous for that. Thank you. [WHISTLING] JUSTIN REMER: In 2007, I saw Joe playing at his stop at the Metropolitan G train stop, and he pretty much said to me, in not so many words, that he was homeless. JOE CROW RYAN: A lot of

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