Because it not entirely an american issue, when talking about use and abuse of class 1 and class 2 prescripted medicine, its the same part of the game here in norway, but at another scale though, and the rest of the world strives like h..l to counteract these issues.<br/><br/>back to the film, it points at two issues, abuse and expectations on youth, it has a permissive side, and it has a lawbreaking aspect. the actors a doing their best on a tv-movie budget and falls through due to bad and incoherent script and direction. there are loads of surprises, which we welcome in a plot, but they swim very fast around them, and never scubadives into the real issues.<br/><br/>but i dare to give this socio-humanethic drama an 8 , it has some harshness of real life to it, all except from poverty, this is a film on behalf of the upperclasses. a recommend from the grumpy old man
Classes. Football. Finals. A bad break up. An over-bearing mom. Like many college kids, what helps Drew Dawson stay balanced is Adderall, a prescription he's been on since age 10 for ADD. His ex-girlfriend Ashley Ross is trying to win him back by helping him with school, but Drew finds himself suspended from the football team when his professor, Jeff Mueller accuses him of plagiarism. The pressure mounts as he must get back on the team and appease his mother, Kate, who is in the public eye as she is running for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. As his life spirals out of control, Professor Mueller offers to help. What will it take for Drew to wake up and trust in himself without Adderall?
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