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Cocaine Blues - The Myth and Reality of Cocaine

USA, 1983 (MIFF 1984)

Director: Malcolm Barbour, John Langley

Attempts to explode the myths and explore the facts of a phenomenon that has become a major social issue of the '80's. Features people from all walks of life who relate their experiences with cocaine Includes historical footage, lead medical experts, law enforcement officers and underworld figures put the subject into its proper perspective.

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