Is nobody going to mention that they call addicts FIENDS
I work with those "fiends" on a daily basis in a treatment center. they are human beings with pain and lives and stories. But those stories are never told in these sort of documentaries. nobody likes watching other people's pain, so its not as marketable as watching them get vilified. Why don't we have a documentary about the prisons in Arizona, the Chain gangs and the abuses of power that lead to a woman literally cooking in the sun until she died in her own feces. I want to see the real "underworld" which is the one where the government and society are the actual fiends
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