The Anonymous People

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Karen

Very well done, a great insight to other programs out there, making recovery a priority, and long term recovery a must for anyone serious about getting clean.

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Anonymous

As opposed to what Karen? Staying "dirty".....you supposedly just watched the movie. Yet to comment you use words like "clean". This is just one of the reasons why this film and these wonderful people are such an eye opener.

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Antigone

"Clean" is a commonly-used, widely-accepted term to describe living the chemical-free life and is not intended to intimate that those who are active in their addictions are "dirty". As a person who lives with the disease of addiction myself, I submit to you that if I've ingested ...Read more

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