Unformatted text preview: over somebody, and that it doesn’t just affect back ally hookers and junkies. Eventually, he gets beaten up for drugs he doesn’t have, loses his girlfriend but gains sobriety. I thought this movie was very good and accurate, it depicted how far your life can fall if you fall victim to addiction and the things you’ll do for the next fix. It’s hard to imagine that people really face that reality, and that they would even consider doing some of the things in the movie, including inserting a needle into your vein, but I guess that shows the power of addiction and its reign over the user’s free will. The priest was particularly interesting; he represented the innocence that can be overcome by addiction because his vocation was in advocating the good lord’s name and will-- which clearly is not that of drug abuse....
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