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Crystal Fear, Crystal Clear (2005)

Director: Eva Wunderman

Run Time: 45 minutes

Synopsis: Using cinema verité, “Crystal Fear, Crystal Clear” documents a year in the life of three families affected by crystal meth. Relationships between parents and children are torn apart. A high school girl moves in with her drug-dealing boyfriend, a young musician grapples with this powerful and seductive addiction, and a teenage girl becomes estranged from her mother.

Crystal Meth is the third most abused drug in the world and has become a drug of choice for many teens. It is a major problem for communities throughout North America and other parts of the world. It’s highly addictive, cheap, easy to get, and can cause permanent brain damage.

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Helping the person I love who is addicted and possessed by crack cocaine.

1. I must view the person I love as a human being who wants to stop smoking crack cocaine. Even if they say I do not want to stop, they do.

2. I accept the fact that no one can do anything to make the person I love stop smoking crack cocaine. They must choose what works for them to stop smoking crack-cocaine. If one way does not work for them, I will suggest another way.

3. I will accept all the progress however small and seemingly insignificant it seems to me, as success. When the person I love falls, I will allow them pick to themselves up from where they fell, and understand that they can apply all knowledge and progress they have obtained to continue "Their Program" for living life crack cocaine free.

4. I will have faith in myself and the person I love. The hardest obstacle in front of me is myself. I've heard testimony that living life without crack cocaine is possible. My experiences and the person I love experiences with adverse situations will provide the strength and desire for this new life.


Addiction is a condition that results when a person ingests a substance (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, nicotine) or engages in an activity (e.g., gambling, sex, shopping) that can be pleasurable but the continued use/act of which becomes compulsive and interferes with ordinary life responsibilities, such as work …

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