Through a series of different view points, including pro-legalization advocates and former marijuana smokers who have entered into recovery, MASCA seeks to provide a comprehensive opinion on an issue that many fail to realize is a mounting epidemic.
, is not a film intended to tackle the decision of whether or not marijuana should be legalized; it is not a film to debate whether marijuana is inherently an addictive substance; it is simply a film that is intended to raise society’s awareness of our own misconceptions by allowing us to take a closer look at something that many of us have either considered a harmless herb or the heathen devil weed.
One doesn't need to look any further than Bill Clinton's address itself to understand the hypocritical nature of this argument.
Needless to say, this imposes an additional expense on parents.
With normal clothing, parents have an option to buy from discount stores, used clothing store, etc., to save a considerable sum.
MASCA takes us on an intimate journey through the life of David Goldenkranz, a 22 year old marijuana addict, who finds that the odds are stacked against him in his quest to stay sober.
Society sees it as a recreational pastime, his friends ridicule his attempts to quit, but David finds himself engulfed in a world of misery that despite his greatest efforts, he can’t seem to find a way out of.
(MASCA) sets out to investigate the popular misconception that marijuana is a non-addictive, non habit forming substance.
Despite the fact that it is illegal, the ever-growing debate over whether marijuana should be legalized always tends to graze over one of the very fundamental questions of such a proposal – can people get addicted to marijuana?Over the time, many have come up with different reasons that why school uniforms are unnecessary and how they do not hold any importance in the overall development of pupil.viewpoints from parents, school teachers, and policy-makers.The issue has been around for a long time - notably brought into the mainstream public consciousness by Bill Clinton, during his presidentship.Thinkers and policy-makers are of the opinion that this was one of the main reasons behind the wide acceptance of school uniforms in elementary and middle schools across the country.There are some valid arguments on why the idea of using school uniforms as a deterrent against gang-wars and violence is seriously flawed, and the impact it has on curbing the individuality and expressiveness of a child's personality.Uniforms are found only at select stores, with a fixed price, which can be a real pain for low-income families with multiple kids.