Constable Al Arsenault, along with six other police, began video-documenting the lives of people on their beat to create a powerful educational tool to help prevent drug use among young people. The result is a gritty documentary that gives addicts a voice to talk openly about who they are, and how they got to the street. Through their participation on this video, they want to stop others frm joining their nightmare. CONTAINS COARSE LANGUAGE AND GRAPHIC SCENES.PREVIEW BEFOR USE. A group of community police officers have developed a special rapport with drug addicts from one of the worst areas in Canada. Using video footage and interviews with addicts, shot by the officers themselves to promote drug prevention, the film puts a human face to the world of drug addiction and explores the relationship between the addicts and the officers.