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Published: 01 Mar 2018 Audio: English
From Oscar(R) and Emmy(R)-winning filmmaker Ellen Goosenberg Kent ("Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1") and journalist/producer Perri Peltz, this film takes a case-study look at the risks of alcohol use and the ways in which the medical community is viewing and treating "risky drinkers" today. Profiling four subjects, who fall at different points on the spectrum of problem drinking, from binge drinking to alcohol dependence, the film provides an up-close-and-personal look at men and women from different walks of life, united in their struggle with alcohol and its detrimental effect on their physical health, relationships and happiness.
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