The Anonymous People

2013 • 88 minutes
31 reviews
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23.5 million Americans live in long-term recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction. This powerful documentary explores the deeply entrenched social stigma of addiction, a preventable and treatable health condition, and tracks the passionate new public recovery movement as courageous recovery advocates lay it all on the line and come out of the shadows to tell their stories.
31 reviews
Cheri Meil
September 27, 2014
Every word. I am sincerely grateful for my recovery. Each new day opens the door for awareness to begin. I am no longer worthless! I am somebody, just me. Kind and compassionate, humble, loyal and grateful. Thank God for faith, love and hope for a much brighter future. In the beginning of my recovery was a struggle that was more than a decade ago. The hope is there, just ask someone for help.
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Brittany Haak
February 28, 2015
As a former heroin addict, I really enjoyed the doc. However, I wish more ppl would educate & raise awareness about the mental health aspect of addiction.
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Brian Lane
April 29, 2014
Amazing film for those in recovery and those touched by the disease of alcoholism/addiction. Really explains how misunderstood/misinterpreted the 11th tradition is.
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