Described as “the best educational video ever produced on the meth problem,” this five-time national award-winning documentary employs the same strategy that California used to reduce tobacco use by 27% under Prop 99. It contrasts over four-dozen positive health education messages against the harm that methamphetamine causes.
Many people who try meth feel they can work a double shift, stay up studying or party all night. In reality meth is a poison that is also extremely addicting. It typically destroys the personality and vital organs including the brain, heart, liver and skin, among others. Users often become addicts within a week and start down a long, tragic road that is fraught with crime, mental illness, broken families, job loss, STD’s and horrific physical suffering.
We have many choices to make in life. By the end of this movie viewers know why they can “Choose Life…or Choose Meth."