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Source:  Narcity

Netflix’s new four-part documentary series, “Dope,” provides a first-hand look into the modern-day illegal drug trade.

Each episode is 45-minutes long, and. unlike other drug documentaries, “Dope” is filmed from a number of perspectives so you’ll see what it’s like for users, dealers, and the police.

The docuseries starts by taking viewers out on to the streets of Oakland, California where the show opens on El Capitan, a coke distributor who delivers his product using an RV. The second episode show what life is like for addicts, dealers, and the police working in Baltimore, Maryland – dubbed “the heroin capital of America.”

“Dope” is available now on Netflix.

Read the story at Narcity.

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