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The House I Live In: Documentary Highlighting the Failure of the War on Drugs

Nickie Phillips

Forbes calls the documentary The House I Live In “the most important drug war film you'll ever see.” Mark Hughes writes,

“…the film is exploring the theme that all of us are made less by a process that devalues other people, and those who are part of that system lose some small part of themselves to it as well.”

Other Notable Reviews:

The Hollywood Reporter


Go here to “Get Involved."

Special screening October 3, 6pm, at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NYC, featuring Q&A with filmmaker Eugene Jarecki and special guests

In theaters October 5th.

UPDATE: If you are in the Baltimore area, the film will be screened October 9. Go here for more details.

UPDATE: NYC screening of The House I Live In Oct 29, 2012 Open Society Foundations

UPDATE: See Jarecki's October 16, 2012 appearance on The Daily Show here.