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California, 90420 (2012)

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The real story of "4:20 Somethings" living in California's semi-legalized marijuana culture.

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Dale Sky Jones ...
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Jeffrey Jones ...
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Richard Lee ...
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Ix ...
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John Hirsch ...
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Amber Lund
Nicholas Lund
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Chris Conrad ...
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Ray Flores ...
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Allan Frankel ...
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Matthew Human ...
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Salwa Ibrahim ...
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Rebecca Kaplan ...
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Monkey ...
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A glimpse into the world of weed through the eyes of Oaksterdam University Students and OU Chancellor/Prop 19 Spokeswoman, Dale Sky Jones. Written by scr

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The story of 4:20 Somethings.


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20 April 2012 (USA)  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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Brian Zarate: I wait until 4:25 to smoke just because it's not 4:20.
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More than an educational documentary, it had a great story line
7 March 2012 | by (Lakeland, FL) – See all my reviews

I saw this film at the Asheville Cinema Festival and found it to be not only educational, but funny and tear jerking at times. It follows four twenty something year olds who are marijuana users. It also examines all aspects of marijuana usage - recreational, medical, as a business & as a political hot issue. I enjoyed the film as a movie, as well as being educated on many aspects of the marijuana plant and its use. Factual, & non-judgmental it allows the viewer to come to his/her own conclusions about this controversial plant. A great story line made it more than just a documentary. Older adults, parents and grandparents, will enjoy this film as much as the younger generation of 20 somethings.


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