I thought the documentary was very good. I am just grateful that some of the drug's dangers, for the bulk of the hour, were on TV for people to see. That was the main thing. Some of the good things to come out of the documentary were the mention of side effects being permanent and life long, and the absolute doom and gloom mentality that was mentioned in the interview with Stefan. Not everyone knows this, or understand how people feel who suffer from the drug. Like others have said Stefan, you came across very well and did a good job! The scenes with Jesse's family were very emotional, especially the ending.
I'm glad you liked it.
I agree it was very emotional and hard-hitting.
People will certainly think twice about allowing their kids (or themselves) to swallow this shit.
It will make a difference.
History has been changed a little because of this.
I hope this isn't the end of our story, because we all need some help x