The stash of special features includes a 10-minute interview with director Ron Mann, an opening scene outtake, a gallery of High Times magazine covers, and a very interesting (and informative) state guide to marijuana penalties for all 50 states is found under BUSTED! (Suzanne Hodges)
The anamorphically enhanced documentary is almost entirely comprised of stock footage and educational films. The graphics are crisp and clean with vibrant colors that separate the decades covered in the documentary. Otherwise, the 1.78:1 framed picture is of various qualities, but is suitable for the subject matter. (Suzanne Hodges)
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