Comedian Jeff Leach talks about how Ketamine took the life of his friend Louise.
Educational film showing the harms from synthetic cannabis. The film was made in conjunction with KCA Young Persons’ Services and is presented by stand –up comic Jeff Leach – it portrays two young men, Jack and Will, who have had suffered physical and mental health harms from these substances.
Synthetic cannabis has been linked to many serious incidents when young people have collapsed from their overpowering effects. There have been several occasions where teenagers have smoked in school breaks and have been hospitalised.
This film portrays a London headshop, which sells ‘legal highs’ on the high street. The message is that these ‘legal high’ products are manufactured in a haphazard and inconsistent manner with little regard for the welfare of the customer. The film actors are stand-up comedian, Jeff Leach, and Irwin Sparkes, lead singer for the rock band, the Hoosiers.
The only British charity dedicated to raising awareness of ‘legal highs’, the Angelus Foundation, today launches its latest film ‘Lab Rats’ for the Christmas party season. Deputy LondonMayor, Victoria Borwick said she was, “delighted to support the Angelus Foundation with this important work.” Read more>>