Netflix is taking a run at an original cannabis centric documentary called “Grass is Greener.” This isn’t the first time that Netflix has aired a cannabis film or show. They had their own cannabis series Disjointed that aired for two seasons. The latest Netflix original documentary surrounding cannabis is conveniently hitting the air tomorrow on 420.
Is The Grass Greener?
The Netflix documentary will highlight hip hop pioneer and legend Fab Five Freddy taking on the journey of deciphering the stigma surrounding cannabis. Freddy also helped produce the film and directed it. The documentary infuses the connection between cannabis, art, and music. You can expect to see appearances from legendary artists and performers such as Damian Marley, Snoop Dogg, B-Real, and many others. This documentary explores the racial disparity and criminalization of cannabis as well as the effects they’ve had on Latino and African communities.
It’s Much More Than Medicine And Freedom
Learn about the injustice the justice system has handed out to the countless cannabis consumers over the decades. Have your eyes opened to a different point of view about cannabis? One that’s not just about people getting high and having a good time. One that’s not just about saving lives and curing illnesses. Take a more in-depth look behind the outdated precipice of cannabis prohibition. ‘Grass is Greener’ is setting itself up to show the world that it’s not always greener on the other side. Cannabis prohibition has hurt good people and continues to do so.
Opening Minds And Changing Viewpoints For The Greater Good
Hopefully, through documentaries such as this, it will help to bring attention to the many adversities that cannabis prohibition brings about communities across the nation and around the world. The fight to legalize cannabis has long been a fight for something much greater than just freedom to a plant. It is a fight for human rights, social rights, and a fight against injustices that have affected minorities communities disproportionately.