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DOSED

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...

Other Titles
Dosed
Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tyler Chandler
Writer
Nicholas Meyers, Tyler Chandler, Jessie Deeter
Actors
Tyler Chandler, Adrianne, Rick Doblin, Nicholas Meyers
Country
Gabon, Canada, USA, UK
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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.

Comments about documentary «DOSED» (19)

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Dorothy F.

This documentary on the story of the Lees of the world is really amazing. It was very well done and it was a good documentary on the story. I really liked the way the director used the footage and the different angles he took. It was great to see the different locations in the film and the different perspectives of the different people. It was a very nice documentary that will make you think. I really recommend it to people who like documentaries about the Lees of the world.

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Cheryl

I've seen this movie before in a video store, but I never got around to seeing it again. I was never really a fan of Paul Klee, but I did like his previous work, so I decided to give this one a chance. I'm not a big fan of the documentary genre, but I found this movie to be quite entertaining. The fact that this film is shot in the same style as a documentary really works well. The cinematography is great, and I really like the way the director captures the different environments. It also looks great. The story is quite interesting and is really well-done. I also liked the way the director tells his story. There are also a lot of great shots of Chicago, and the camera works well in that area. I also thought the director did a good job with the music. The music is also very good. The only thing that I didn't like about this film was the way that the director made his film. I think that the director should have shown a little bit more of the work that went into making this film. Overall, I think this is a very good documentary. It is a lot of fun and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the subject.

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Brian R.

A lot of people thought this documentary was worthless, but it's a good film for the right audience. It's very entertaining, and it's not very scientific, but it's very interesting and insightful. It's very well done. The narration is very well done, and it's informative. I think this film could have been a little more informative, but I still think it's a good documentary. It's very entertaining and informative. If you liked this film, you'll definitely like "The Virus" and "The Invisible War".

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Stephanie C.

Well, I've been waiting for this one for a long time. And this film delivers. It's about how a Hollywood director, by accident, makes a movie about a couple of famous people who have been involved in a tragic accident. In a few days, the couple are dead. So, the director, and the couple, try to find out who is responsible for the accident. The director doesn't know anything about the accident, and the couple doesn't know anything about the accident. So, it's really a story about how the director tries to find the truth. This is a really good film, and I'm really glad that it's finally out. I recommend it to everybody. It's really good.

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Aaron May

In the mid-80's, Alex Blumberg and Janet Shaw were star studded sitcoms. Then Janet walked off the set and never returned. What's the point in her leaving the show? It's so sad, because Alex was such a talented actor. The rest of the cast is mostly unknown. In 1990, the guys got together to make a movie. The screenplay was by the brothers, Bruce and Billy Crystal, and was based on the book "Crazy: A True Story" by Ronald Lacey. How can you not like this movie? This is the story of a couple that got into all kinds of trouble, but got back on their feet. Their run of life and their lives are immortalized. The movie is a true story, and the real lives of the actors are being recreated. It's great to see something like this that puts reality in perspective. You also learn a lot about the people that make up the sitcom world.

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Johnny

A fascinating documentary about the life and times of a musician, Muddy Waters. It is an interesting look at the life of a legendary rock and roll band, and a fascinating look at the music. It does not really touch on the politics, which is something I think would have been a better focus. It's a good film, but a bit slow in some parts. It is also a bit too long. It could have been shorter. The performances are great, and the documentary is very well done. The only problem is that the documentary is not quite as good as the performances are. This is not a bad film, but it could have been a lot better. 7/10

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Jack A.

The first half of this documentary was very interesting. The second half is very slow and does not make up for it. We see clips of the interviewees. Some are very good. Some are not very good. I am not a big fan of Tim Robbins. I am a big fan of some of the other interviewees. The worst interviewees were the ones who were just too long. They seemed to be doing everything they could to keep the movie running. This is the only thing that kept me from giving it a negative score. Tim Robbins was not good. He was very good. I would like to know what he said in the second half of the movie. I would like to know what he is thinking. I think the first half was interesting. I do not think the second half was very interesting.

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Gary

I first saw "Driving In Europe" last year on the TV.It was a great movie.But the movie gets boring when there is no conflict between the country.Last year we had many problems in the EU.It was the first time in over 15 years that I felt like a terrorist.It is very painful to see people living in fear.But I am not a terrorist.I am just a mother that wants her children to be safe and to have a good future.I hope people will see this movie and not leave the theater.They should know that they are there to see a great movie and a humanitarian cause.There is one scene where we are sitting in the car in the middle of the road in a little town in the middle of nowhere.We have to hurry but we have no food.So we start arguing and calling each other names.In this area,this movie made me feel like a terrorist.Even though I am a great movie maker,I do not like to make a movie that makes me a terrorist.So I would say this movie is a great and humanitarian movie that is for everybody.In order to end this film,I want to tell everyone that it is not okay to leave the theater.You must see this movie.I will be watching this movie in the next days.

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Ashley C.

I think many people would not like this documentary, but I think it's an amazing documentary. A number of people will probably say it is too personal or biased, but I think you can't criticize this documentary when you are watching it. It will make you think and give you perspective on how the world of entertainment can be a corrupt, or manipulative and can be very dangerous. I think this documentary is very good and I think that any person will find something interesting in this documentary, even if it's only 10 minutes.

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Carolyn Castro

This documentary about a family of three who lost their homes to a tornado is a well-made and informative film. I was lucky enough to have been in the room with the family during the disaster and was able to understand the devastation and heartbreak they were going through. The movie is fairly long but does a great job of showing the disaster from a number of perspectives. There is the first person perspective of the family and then there is the family member who survived and the family member who lost everything. It's a bit difficult to watch the family members struggle through the movie and then it's the disaster that makes them see what they did and what they have to live with. There are many interesting points that come up that I have not seen in other disaster movies. The family members are able to take some of the responsibility for their own actions and choices and the family members are able to share their personal stories about what happened and what they are going through. It is a great documentary and is very well made.

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Kathleen S.

I'm a huge fan of film, and I was really looking forward to seeing this film. I was wrong. I had a great time watching this film. It was entertaining, entertaining, entertaining. The filmmakers did an excellent job of portraying the real life life of the people involved in the documentary. I was very impressed. The documentaries done by National Geographic have always been good, but this one was great. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a documentary about the U.S. Presidential Election. It is a great way to spend a couple of hours.

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Emma F.

If you want to take action on global warming, live in the World, support the planet, save the environment, support a union for all workers, please see this movie and sign the petition. You will change your lifestyle and save billions of dollars. By 2030 if you put people on one planet there will be food shortages, health problems and environmental degradation. This is one of the most important movies you can see.

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Kathleen Hoffman

I was born and raised in South Africa. I love this country and love this country. I was a child in the 80s, and remember the tensions that were associated with the Apartheid system. My parents' generation, and the generation that grew up after the Holocaust, tried to maintain the status quo. They did not like the changes that the government was making, which led to more unrest and violence. Many families tried to protect their way of life, and to limit the freedoms that the older generation could use to express themselves. My generation, born in the 70s and 80s, grew up in the era of "normal" public broadcasting. We were taught to be critical about what was going on, but not be openly critical. We had to be "good" in the eyes of the government. We had to conform to the expectations of the system. I can't say much about the effects of apartheid on our life, but I can say that it was a time that made me feel like a boy. We lived in a society where the government had the power to control us. When I was young, I didn't really know about the white system of the country. I was raised in the country, and I had never heard the term "coloured" and the reason why they were kept out of the press. When the government came to power and the "coloreds" started to speak out against the "whites", it was like a death sentence. The government considered us a threat to "order", and their fear was that we would speak out and ask for our rights. So, we were kept in check and oppressed. I have many friends who were kept in the shadows. I will always be, in my heart, a South African. I felt it in my bones. And, at this point, I feel it in every South African, and every human being in the world. We are all part of the same human family. We are all the same. We are all members of the family. The ANC doesn't change that. And, I can't help but see the suffering of the people in the film, who were not even allowed to see their children grow up, because they were considered "negros". I remember the way the people, both in the cities and in the countryside, were separated from their families and communities. It made me feel like I was a prisoner, inside my own family. I had to be trained to be a good citizen, to work and get married, and to keep my mouth shut about what was going on. We were forced to play games with the government, and to obey the dictates of the government, while being told to respect our own people. Our culture is shaped by our history, and the violence that comes with it. We have to learn about it, and deal with it, rather than live in denial. We have to have the courage to say "enough is enough". We have to learn to work together to bring about change, rather than pretend to work for a change, and ignore the issue. This film is a must see for all South Africans. It is a film that was supposed to change us. We are still waiting for the South African government to be able to get on its feet and move forward, because it's obvious that we still have a long way to go. And, we still have a long way to go to say that the "racism" that the government is using to justify its own act of violence has been a tragedy. But, we can't expect it to change us. We have to be willing to stand up and fight for change. That's what it's all about. This film was made to show that it is possible to change things, even for a country with an important past, and we need to stand up and fight for change. And, it's even more important to be willing to be accountable for your actions. In South Africa, we still need to bring about change. We need to learn from what we did, and try to learn from our mistakes. We need to understand that violence is never the answer to anything, no matter how justified it may be. We need to make more changes. We need to learn to understand that we were wrong about everything. And, we need to move forward and find new ways to lead. And, I am going to do that, and I'm going to change it.

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Jesse Hansen

I like to think of myself as a bit of a movie buff, and as I got the opportunity to see this film at the Toronto International Film Festival I decided to give it a chance. I'm not sure if I was ready for it at the time, but I thought it was a very interesting, well-made, well-acted, and thoroughly entertaining film. I think the problem with a lot of documentaries is that they're all done in a very "slow" fashion. The acting is very good, and I thought the overall style of the film was very interesting, though I found it a bit over the top at times. I also thought the director did a good job of showing how different people see the world, and how they see themselves in the eyes of others. It's not exactly a "how to" guide, but I thought it was an interesting look at how people view the world, and I found it very interesting.

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Kelly

This is a great movie that touches on important topics in the same vein of "Lifetime" and "Election". While the film is more for adults than kids, the viewer is encouraged to view it, as the film is entirely factual. I saw the movie with my son and we agreed that it was a great film and he enjoyed it as well. It is educational and well worth the time to view.

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Kevin Pierce

My husband and I went to see this film at the theater. I never saw it on the cinema, I only saw it on tv, and when I first went I had absolutely no clue what I was going to see. My husband looked around the room and felt like this was a movie he'd never seen before. I had no idea what he was talking about. And at the end of the film, he said "I can't believe this was even made!". I realized that my wife and I were going to see something different. And it turned out to be a wonderful, beautiful, shocking, brilliant, and dark film. I think the point that was made was in the title. The movie is about three women who have nothing to lose by a camera. These women are young and they have nothing to lose. The women are married and have children, they're not happy, but they have no way out. They are not nearly as crippled as their mothers. They are crippled by things that have no right to be there, and that are meant to be there, not as a cure for any kind of problems. Because of that, these women are crippled. The viewer can also see, that these three women are going to have to fight a battle that is never going to be easy, and that battle is going to come at their expense. And that, my friends, is what makes this movie so great. If these women had not fought, if the camera had not been present, then the film would not be as good. And I believe the film is a triumph for the women who made it, and for the viewer who will see it. To me, this is the most powerful movie I've ever seen. But that doesn't mean I didn't feel something different from the movie. It was like I was in a totally different world, not from the movie, but from the experience of seeing it. So, I have to give it an honorable 10/10, because it's absolutely deserved. My question is, "What do you want to see again?"

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Kathy

I watched the documentary because I was curious how it is that the US needs to keep such a record of not only executions and deaths, but also deaths of the mentally disabled, and the mentally ill. And then I thought "well, I wonder if these 2 people got there lives back?" But, I don't know. I watched it and my mind was still wondering "how the hell" the 2 men got their lives back, even though they got their lives back. I felt like that they got their lives back, but I just can't say that. The thing that I found most interesting about it was how the US will always try to kill, not just mentally disabled and disabled, but mentally ill also, and that they will also try to use even more subtle means to kill. That's what I think the documentary was about, and I think it really demonstrates the power of mental illness and how society and governments will try to use those aspects of illness to the extreme. The documentary was really, really good, and really informative. I think it shows the reality that the US is not that different from other countries, even though it is said that it is the country that comes first in terms of mental illness. It really shows the harshness of these methods, and also the nature of the mindset that the US will always have about mental illness. It also shows the self-confidence of the US, the way the US will go about committing these killings, and the use of cameras in the filming and the filming of the killing. I really really recommend it.

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Alice

This is an excellent documentary that I thought about for days after watching it. After seeing it I didn't even have to read the back of the DVD case to know what this film was all about. The film explains how many of the people who we are hearing about in the media aren't real and how they are spreading fake news and hurting people's lives. It also explains how they can get away with all this because of the media. It goes into detail of how companies like CNN are the biggest supporters of these fake news stories. CNN and its executive producer who writes fake news for its corporate sponsor's then carry them out to the news audiences as news that will make the audiences happy. CNN's own staff have had to take interviews with real news stars as the CNN anchor has admitted that she has been paid by a major media company to come on air and help spread fake news to her audience. She also confessed that her CNN employees were actually involved in her biased work. The film also points out how corporations like Google, Facebook and Google Play are manipulating our digital platforms for their own personal gain. They have established what they call a "fake news empire" and it is destroying the lives of many people. Many of them have no clue how they could be so stupid in their actions. The documentary really shows the way the media is really affecting our lives. It shows how Google can be found out by making a search of the words "Google", "Google search engine" and "Google search engine" and you get this message on the screen: "Search Google". Google is trying to get into your head by telling you that you are searching for the same thing you are looking for on the search engine, "Google" - as in Google search engine. Google is playing a very dangerous game because they are using your search queries to determine what you want to search and how you want to search it. And Google is the one who can say anything they want to say, it is Google that is manipulating your search queries, it is Google that is manipulating your search by doing anything to get your search queries to show up on their search engine. The film does an excellent job of explaining how Google is manipulating the search engine, and how these corporations are using search queries to find out how you want to search, what you want to search for. These corporations are making money off of the ads and how many people are buying them. The media has helped these corporations to make money off of the search engines, and the corporations have allowed them to become so powerful that they are using search engines to destroy the lives of people, and it is all being done by the media. There is an excellent interview with Tom Schilling, the Executive Editor of Google, talking about how he gets in trouble for being so ruthless. Google and the other search engines are not happy with Google and say it needs to be able to do what it does. Google has argued that these other search engines are infringing their intellectual property and stealing their ideas. These corporations and the media don't want this to stop because it is helping Google's search engine to become so powerful. But what Google is fighting for is an open internet, that is like the internet without censorship, without search engines that are doing their own thing. Tom Schilling doesn't want Google to be forced to be regulated by the government or by any other authority. That is what Google is fighting for. That is why Google has hired some attorneys to fight these battles, because they have a lot of legal help they need. Google has set up its own news division that reports stories from the press to the public. Google has created a huge website to have a lot of the fake news on its website, "Media Matters" (even though it is not official media). Google uses Google's search engine and the media to determine what to show on its website. Google can, in essence, say anything it wants to say. Google can edit its search engine so that it is almost sure that it will show stories that it thinks are important to the public. Google can also alter its own search engine so that it knows what the public wants to see and the public will see those stories, but Google is also editing the search engine so that they can show anything that they want to show, even when it is fake. Google has become a real media empire. It is as powerful as the media. It uses the media to say whatever it wants to say. Google is one of the biggest corporate

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Aaron G.

This documentary is one of the greatest documentaries ever made. It tells the story of how Tendergrass, and the stories that follow are from the heartbreaking impact of sexual assault to the emotional and physical devastation from it. The stories are very real and most of them are from victims. It tells you exactly what is going on in the world when it comes to sexual assault and also the so called 'ice bucket challenge' that all the teens are doing but its just another form of extortion or disrespect. The message that the film is trying to make is very real. I've heard of sexual assault cases, where the victim feels powerless, and it's really heartwarming. This is really something that anyone can relate to. Its not something you would ever see in the media. Its something that happens to you. Its something that will make you break down and cry. This documentary is truly amazing and a great show to watch. It shows you the information and the emotions that comes with it, and it shows you how damaging it can be. I recommend this documentary to anyone, especially people who have been sexually assaulted or know someone who has been sexually assaulted.