A State of Prohibition
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Panama Filmes presents:

A State of Prohibition

14 years 2019 20min

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The film A State of Prohibition shows the story of women defying the Brazilian law to grow marijuana for the treatment of their children and, on the other hand, women who have lost their children to the violence (especially that of state) associated with the war on drugs.

Directed by

Panama Filmes

Produced by

Harumi Visconti e Luciana Zaffalon

Coproduction

Panama Filmes

Sponsorship

Plataforma Brasileira de Política de Drogas

Official Support

Open Society Foundations, IBCCRIM

Category

Documentary

4.5 rating
31 Screenings
413 audience
413 total aud.
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A State of Prohibition (2019)

Age rating: 14 years

Content descriptors: Illegal Drugs

This movie is available for public screening at Videocamp. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Panama Filmes

Produced by Harumi Visconti e Luciana Zaffalon

Coproduction Panama Filmes

Sponsorship Plataforma Brasileira de Política de Drogas

Official Support Open Society Foundations, IBCCRIM

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Social issues Racial issues Public health

ODSs ODS 3 - Good Health and Well-Being

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

Standard English, Spanish

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Synopsis

The film A State of Prohibition shows the story of women defying the Brazilian law to grow marijuana for the treatment of their children and, on the other hand, women who have lost their children to the violence (especially that of state) associated with the war on drugs.