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A documentary is a poor thing to waste and it's sad to tell that Off Label, a movie concerning America's dependency on pharmaceuticals and the growing reliance on substances that are supposed to treat whatever pain or impairment we have, is a dry and relatively unfocused documentary. It flies by in seventy minutes, examining few folks who have been severely harmed by drug playing or drug test in the past years. As we watch these disjointed interviews, punctuated only by a loquacious anthropologist who gives us insight into the pharmaceutical industry in the United States, we don't learn much about the topics or the industry another than what it is event to a number of folks thanks to drugs is sad.We focus on a number of various individuals, many of them once or actual "professional guinea pigs," or folks that had been offered up at one mission or other to take drugs with uncertain results to present their effectiveness or lack thereof. One of which was a boy who in prison at the age of twenty was subjected to such studies that made his fingernails itchy and bloody and created pulsating sores all throughout his body. This was a effect of a doctor who would come in and drug inmates, not so much as caring what would happen to them. In 2013, he is still suffering from the effects.Other folks we see are a rock-and-roll couple whose wedding is being funded by cash they receive for being professional guinea pigs, a mother whose son committed suicide after participating in playing a fresh drug, a soldier suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, a girl who resides in a Bigfoot museum, and others. Because every person is only examined for a short amount of time, the movie comes off as very shallow and impersonal, with directors Donal Mosher and Michael Palmieri seemingly uninterested in extending their message further than a brief cinematic diversion. This is quite upsetting, as pharmaceutical dependency and abuse is a tremendously hot topic, and a documentary on such could've provoked untold discussion (just look at movies like Food, Inc. and A Zone at the Table and how they brewed up discussion. Off Label will inspire nothing more than a brief footnote. The impact of a documentary like this could've been stunning and astronomical, but instead it's reduced to mostly common-knowledge; drugs harm folks and thousands have become harmed by the side results - that much we know.Let's tell you're searching for a documentary that examines healthcare in America, and regardless of your feelings about it, you wish an informative, enlightening movie that puts a magnifying glass to an trouble that needs attention. Escape Fire: The War to Rescue American Healthcare is an elaborate, shockingly unbiased documentary that does just that, and is currently accessible on DVD. I recommend you select wisely.Directed by: Donal Mosher and Michael Palmieri.
This movie had absolutely no cohesiveness whatsoever. It goes from inmate drug playing to paid guinea pigs who test the cash to pay for their wedding, which wasn't negative in any way. There was a storyline of a units medical doctor who was ordered to do some shady sick items to Iraqi patients and actually he has P.T.S.D. for all he has been thru. But he tells nothing the doctors give him works, and during the interview he is shooting a machine gun and drinking beer. Then there were the overdose stories said from the parents. Some were really bad. A lady told that her son was in a drug trial and the medicine caused her son to almost decapitate himself and launch his gut up, But there had to be more to that storyline because the med was Serequil and I am on that. The present was supposed to be about taking pills when not prescribed to you. But we are half method in before we even receive to that topic. Parents begin talking about children they have lost to overdoses, but some didn't even overdose on pills, they overdosed on heroin. So that didn't even fit. Then we receive to a Republican congress girl who tells she wants to help, well some parents wanted to receive a law passed that is already Legal in three states, the law Tells that if your partying with your teen mates and one overdoses, if you call 911 to save their life then the police can't find the premises or the folks who called. Basically saying, saving the children life is the most necessary thing. Because two parents stories ended with their children either being left alone or thrown on the side of the street Because the group didn't wish to receive in trouble, because they were messed up and not thinking straight. I understand that Because their lives should have been saved along with thousands others. Well, this idiot congress girl basically spit in the parents faces by disagreeing and telling drug laws need to be tougher. That is the trouble already, because it doesn't work, the drug players just receive place in jail, where they use, and they receive no support in prison for their addiction anyway, then when they receive out, they can't receive a job because of conviction so they go back to using! That's why America has the biggest prison system in the world, and is just getting bigger and the trouble just gets worse. The overly conservative just wants to punish punish punish when what folks need is rehabilitation. And an end to the fight on drugs. We've tried that route for 40 years and it hasn't worked. It's just getting worse. It's time to step back and test something new. If this present has taught anyone anything, it's that nothing we have been doing has been working for anyone, especially our children. And it's time we do a finished overhaul of our views and laws surrounding drugs..... legal and illegal.
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