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(481) 7.1 82 min 2019

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...

Starring
Rick Doblin, Nicholas Meyers, Adrianne, Tyler Chandler
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tyler Chandler

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Tyler Chandler
Writer Jessie Deeter, Tyler Chandler, Nicholas Meyers
Stars Rick Doblin, Nicholas Meyers, Adrianne, Tyler Chandler
Country Canada, USA, UK, Gabon
Also Known As Dosed
Runtime 1H 22M
Description 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.

Top reviews

Sunday, 06 Sep 2020 12:04

The documentary shows that Canada has some of the worst problems in the world, like school shootings and gang violence. The first half is a very good documentary. But then the second half seems to be more of a documentary about U.S. history. The documentary makes it very difficult to keep the interest. It is not an expert's opinion on the topic, but the film makers are making it that way. The last half of the documentary is a little bit more interesting and brings a few people to the knowledge of the realities of Canadian children. One of them is a teacher named Grant. He is in his 60's and speaks in a very strong way. He has lived in Canada and knows Canadian society. He feels very uncomfortable in the documentary and he wants to get rid of it. He is very knowledgeable and has a very strong opinion. He does not agree with the documentary and even doesn't like some of the facts. The documentary is also very controversial because it was not approved by the Canadian government. The film makers are very well known for their documentaries and it is clear that they are not happy with the Canadian government. When I saw the documentary, I was disappointed. But I think the documentary has a great potential and it can be very effective in creating awareness about some very important issues. Unfortunately, the film makers didn't have the money to complete the documentary. Therefore, they left out some important facts and not properly documented. I believe that the documentary could be a good tool for education.
Monday, 24 Aug 2020 13:05

I saw this documentary at a lecture last week. And it was simply amazing. I had only ever heard of Global Warming being a major threat to the planet, but what they had to say about this issue was very enlightening. And the message was extremely realistic. It seems that the people who are making the decision for humans to consume more and more of our resources are either asleep or dead. This documentary explains that the people who are doing this are asleep, because the data shows that we are going to be doing this for the next 1000 years, or maybe longer, because the world's resources will have to be used to feed the entire world. And the reality is that no matter what the government or the corporations do, the cost of living will continue to rise until it will not be affordable to the average person, no matter what their lifestyle is. If there is a possible solution to this, I believe that it's the taking of more of our own energy, which I believe is the only solution to this problem. The UN has spent 20-30 billion dollars on a global warming conference in Paris in order to make some money, and they are completely and completely out of touch with reality. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to see what is really going on in the world. And if you want to understand a little bit more about how the issue is being handled, I suggest you to read the book, "Beneath the Surface" by E.F. Schumacher. I think that this book explains the reality quite well.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 02:50

It's a real shame that this film is only available on DVD. Yes, it's a 'MTV' style documentary, but it is actually more an epic of sorts. It tells the story of Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon. It was a monumental achievement, and was probably the reason why the Apollo Program was cancelled. But, at the same time, it also shows how it became a kind of political hero, when we're not even talking about that. This documentary tells the story of how NASA was formed, and how it tried to go for the moon, but how it did not succeed. I was never a fan of Apollo 11, but I was amazed by the story of Neil Armstrong. He was a great leader, and was the man that made the space program succeed. He did not have any other interests, he was always working on his program. I was never a fan of the moon landing, but this documentary really made me appreciate it. It shows how Neil Armstrong worked for NASA, and how he managed to get all the information he needed, even the small things, just because he had a problem with his family. I was really surprised to see how one of the greatest leaders in the world could be such a man. I think that this documentary really gives us a good insight of what was going on inside NASA. The documentary is mostly about Neil Armstrong, and how he took his first steps on the moon. There is also a little bit about all the problems that NASA had. But it also shows the problem that NASA had, and how it was overcome. It's a really good documentary, even if it's only available on DVD. It's a good look at the history of the space program, and it also shows the inner struggle of NASA. I really liked this documentary, because it shows what was going on inside NASA, and it also shows how NASA overcame all the problems that it had.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 00:31

The director was frank and frank about the basic events of the past three decades. The movie was very honest about how people react to new technology and how this leads to a reduction in morality. A number of participants were interviewed for the movie. The portrayal of the men at the heart of the story was superb. None of the men were portrayed as villains. On the contrary, they were portrayed as people who were simply trying to do what they thought was right. Their perspective on what was right was almost nonexistent. It was an opportunity to learn about what happened in the past. I feel that some of the critics of this film failed to realize the point of this film. It was not a documentary. It was not meant to be a documentary. It was a movie. To have a documentary without an adequate background on the subjects involved in the story would have been impossible. The filmmakers wanted to provide some insight into the lives of the men involved in the events. The only place where a documentary would have been appropriate is if the men were interviewed for a documentary about their past. This was not the case. The film did not do this. The acting was superb. I do not believe that any of the men interviewed were without blame. On the contrary, all were decent, decent men, who, due to the circumstances of their lives, chose to do what they thought was right. The film did not provide any background on their personal lives, which, of course, would have been very interesting to know. However, this was not the focus of the film. The focus was on the past and the present. The men were people who were trying to do what was right. The documentary filmmakers wanted to provide a background to this aspect of their lives, and they succeeded in this regard. If you are interested in the subject, this movie is highly recommended. If not, the movie is only of interest to people interested in the subject of technology and its effects.


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