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ASK is an exploration of alcoholism, drug addiction, and codependency. The documentary explains these topics in a way not seen before. At 1 hour, 20 minutes, ASK explores real issues through real people's stories, and provides clear cut hope and direction. We hope that you will watch the film, and afterward you will carry the message by passing the film along (at www.askdocumentary.com) to anyone who might benefit from it.

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ASK is now available online to download, stream, or order (if you prefer a DVD copy). Click the button below to see the film, related interviews, etc.

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Compelling Love

Compelling Love

View our other documentary — Compelling Love & Sexual Identity — a thought-provoking and moving feature-length documentary film that captures the personal stories and candid responses of individuals across the political and sexual orientation spectrum. This film explores how we can connect with those whose beliefs, values, and lifestyles we find offensive.

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ASK is a non-profit project funded by donations. Our desire is to continue producing short films involving various issues through the lens of truth and compassion. We will be posting these short films in the future, free online as well. If you wish to help support our efforts, you may make a tax-deductible donation.

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New Jersey Recovery Film Festival 2017

New Jersey Recovery Film Festival — June 2-3, 2017

ASK has nominations in the Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Editor, and Best Strength Film categories.

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Attic Film Festival 2017

Attic Film Festival — April 2017

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