Cannabis Documentary ‘Grass Is Greener’ released on Netflix
The most awaiting cannabis film was released on Netflix. For those didn’t knew the date it was released, it was released on Saturday 4/20, which is considered to be a likeable number for the cannabis consumers.
Name of the film is ‘Greener’ and it was premiered on the San Francisco International Film Festival and launched globally on Netflix on April 20, 2019. Grass is Greener presents you the cannabis world that has never been presented before in any cannabis related film.
As we all know the business of cannabis is increasing incredibly, and though it’s really good to see that consumers have more permissible options in more places than ever before, Most of the people didn’t know the story behind the prohibition of cannabis and the amount of unfairness that certain communities have had to undergo. This film is the first to correctly display it.
To additionally make the situation worse, the population that were mainly negatively affected by ban on marijuana are being mostly gone out of the flourishing marijuana business. Societal justice is an in fact, really vital part of marijuana reform.
The link between music and marijuana is historical, with jazz and hip hop play their particular roles in providing awareness of the tales of marijuana prohibition and press on to change unjust marijuana laws. Legend himself in the film is telling you a story, the director the film Fab 5 Freddy. Check the trailer of the film below:
Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill’s B-Real, and Damian Marleyunite with a range of stars and specialists who talk about the plant’s impact on music and trendy culture, and the distressing affect its prohibition has had on black and Latino societies. As marijuana starting to legalize in many states, Grass is Greener dives deep into the glaring ethnic inequality in the increasing marijuana business.
Cast include Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill’s B-Real and Sen Dog, DMC, Doug E. Fresh, Chuck D, Damian Marley, Killer Mike and more.