Saturday, October 22, 2016
  • Thursday, Jun. 29, 2006
The Best Work You May Never See: Partnership For A Drug-Free America's "Rx Label"

A camera moves over a bottle of pills. Typed before our eyes on the label is a prescription which reads, "Last year more than 2 million teens got high on..."
    The sentence is first completed by the typed word "ecstasy," which is then replaced by "cocaine."  The spot cuts to quick shots...

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