Canadabis Hemp Rap

Tom Andriuk

1994, 28:00 minutes, colour, English


Canadabis Hemp Rap is the portrayal of Western Canadian and American Hemp activists, voicing anti-prohition and pro-relegalization positions in contemporary society. Activist, through dialogue, represent the political, sociological and economic interests that have been developing in the twentieth century. This documentary raises questions concerning the positive aspects of Cannabis Hemp plant (Dope, Reefer, Bud, Marijuna...) often not represented in the media.

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