Taken from the 'Alphaville' EP. Download now: http://bit.ly/zK9YFh
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The video concept references a modern dystopian battle of the sexes inspired by Godard's classic feature film 'Alphaville'.
Video Written, Directed, Photographed and Edited by Drew Cox
Produced by Lucy Barber
2nd Camera by James Barber
Post Production by Drew Cox
Costume, Hair and Makeup by Alice Herring
Actor Mickael N' Dour
Actress Victoria Emslie
Documentary in which George Lamb dives into the world of legal party pills and herbal highs.
Legal highs are sold openly and legally in shops across the UK and on the internet. There are thousands of different pills, powders and herbs that promise the same effects as illegal drugs, but for much less hassle - no arrests for possession and no backstreet dealers to visit.
Lamb sets out to discover why they are legal and whether this means they can also be called safe. He meets people who take them, a man who sells them and a doctor who says they are potentially more dangerous than class A drugs. He travels to Guernsey, where most of the young people he meets have tried them, and finally decides to try one for himself.
They might be legal and easily accessible, but should they be used? This film presents all the information needed to make a decision.
Film maker Jawed Taiman (an Afghan now living in the UK), meets and observes families who are addicted to opium in Kabul, Afghanistan. He also observes the patients and workers of a private detox treatment centre, desperately under-funded, struggling to help the many victims of the Afghan opium trade. We are privileged to meet addicted youths, and are offered a rare insight into detox centres working in Afghanistan and into the lives of whole families who are blighted with drugs. Trailer edited by Jason Brooks.