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Essay | "12 Monkeys" and Society's Perception of Drugs

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"12 Monkeys" and Society's Perception of Drugs

Summary: An analysis of clips in the movie "12 Monkeys" that exhibit the important theme of how we perceive certain drugs, as society often contradicts itself when it comes to distributing and using drugs correctly. The context here involves the use of illegal drugs in our society today versus the use of drugs in a psychiatric ward.
Illegal Drugs vs. Psych Ward Drugs

The definition of drugs ranges from supposedly positive to automatically classified as negative. But who is to say which drug is bad and which drug is considered good. In the movie entitled "12 Angry Men" the director Terry Gilliam used this film to bring about an idea that I had to rethink. This movie was released on the 27 of December in 1995, this movie's genre is often questionable but for the most part it is an Action, Thriller, Sci-Fi. The two characters that the drugs affected the most were the main character James Cole played by Bruce Willis and another important character Jeffrey played by Brad Pit. Our society often contradicts themselves when it comes to distributing and using drugs correctly. Gilliam furnished this movie with many interlocking themes. But the claim here would be the use of illegal drugs...

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