Super High Me

June 200890 minutes
Independent
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Comedian and former Stoner of the Year, Doug Benson, brings you a hilarious documentary, Super High Me. While smoking marijuana for 30 days, he endures medical, IQ, and psychic evaluations providing unexpected results. Along the way Doug performs across the country and hangs with fellow notable comedians— creating an entertaining look at a controversial subject.
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90 minutes
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