Cocaine blues

United States, 1983

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An estimated 22 million Americans have tried or are current users of cocaine. Written and produced for contemporary audiences of all ages, “Cocaine Blues” offers a graphic and honest perspective on cocaine’s history, effects and cultural impact in America. The film includes interviews with medical and legal experts, undercover figures and “average” Americans.

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Credits

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Barbour Langley Productions

co-producers/directors

Malcolm Barbour

John Langley

Duration

00:30:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1983

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