18 October 2012 9:03 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Pitt was one of a number of A–listers voicing forthright opinions in the last few days

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"My drug days have long since passed," said Brad Pitt in an interview this week. "But I could probably land in any American city and within 24 hours find whatever you want."

His comments came during a promotional stint for The House I Live In. The Pitt–produced documentary suggests that efforts by the Us government to fight drug trafficking are doomed to failure, and that a new approach should be adopted.

Labeling the Us "war on drugs" as a "charade," he said: "It's a backward strategy. It makes no sense and we keep going on the path like we're winning, when it perpetuates more drugs being used."

The actor has made no secret of his former drug use. Earlier this year he told the Guardian that he made the decision »

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