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Green Light

M Documentary

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Synopsis

In Australia, two men are working to provide the last vestige of relief – and in some cases, cure – for thousands suffering chronic and terminal illnesses. Directed by Ned Donohoe, GREEN LIGHT is a documentary that shows the two providing black market medicinal cannabis for people who have nowhere else to turn. Though increasingly accepted as having hugely beneficial medical benefits, cannabis is still not a legal way to treat chronic conditions; GREEN LIGHT shows a pair of men aiming to change this – or risk everything helping sick people in need.

Seen through the lens of two mavericks, new documentary Green Light explores the exceptional lengths two men are willing to go to improve - and in some cases save - the lives of those with nowhere else to turn.

Running Time 1hr 10m
Rating M | Mature themes and coarse language

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