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What is Grass is Greener about? The new Netflix documentary starring Snoop Dogg and more

The Grass is Greener Netflix documentary is almost here and it looks phenomenal, so let’s dive into yet another essential 2019 title.

Netflix has really been knocking it out of the park with their documentaries this year.

So, as you’d expect, they’re continuing to bring audiences more and more original content.

Grass is Greener is next up. Honestly, it looks so important. Let’s take a closer look.

Grass is Greener, Netflix 2019

Grass is Greener: Netflix

The forthcoming Grass is Greener documentary will take a look at America’s relationship with cannabis.

As you’ll know, its a rather complicated history.

The feature film will take a look at numerous things, including the drug’s association with American musical icons.

Foremostly, it looks educational. Themes of legislation, race, injustice and the war on drugs are present.

Grass is Greener, Netflix 2019

Who’s in it?

Grass is Greener will feature a range of guests.

It looks like we’ll hear from numerous academics, professionals and beyond; all opinions accounted for.

Make no mistake though, the documentary is definitely against the drug’s criminal associations.

So, of course, Snoop Dogg is on board!

Grass is Greener: Netflix release date

The documentary is due to land on Netflix on April 20th, 2019.

So, it will be available to stream shortly.

It’s definitely going to add significantly to the debate of the drug’s pros and cons.

This looks set to join the ever-expanding list of fascinating 2019 documentaries. Don’t miss out.


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Chris has a First Class Film and Journalism (Joint Honours) degree from De Montfort University and previously studied film at A-level, making him HITC’s resident movie guy. Chris's passion for all things cinema has been with him from a very young age and he has written for a number of publications, from Taste of Cinema to local sites. He has been with HITC for a five years, exploring the world of film and television while looking out for the latest titles to excite and inspire audiences.