On Nov. 19 at 4:30 pm, the Movies That Matter series presents Cocaine Unwrapped, a documentary by Rachel Seifert that tells a story of politics, death, economic and environmental devastation and human suffering, as well as explores realistic alternatives to the war on drugs.
This story of cocaine includes coca farmers in Colombia, drug mules in Ecuadorian prisons, cocaine factories in the Bolivian jungle, dealers on the streets of Mexico, law enforcement officials on the streets of Baltimore, and the everyday consumers around the West. The film features front line reportage, exclusive access to the political leaders of Latin America, such as Evo Morales of Bolivia and Rafael Correa of Ecuador, as well as revealing interviews with drug czars.
The film is part of a monthly Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County series that exams a wide range of issues through film. The UU Fellowship is located at 10341 Highway 42 in north Ephraim. For more information call 920.854.7559.