Drug Abuse

Drug Abuse

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Storyboard Description

Show a small timeline of the effects of drug abuse.

Storyboard Text

  • How did I end up here?
  • This is boring. These clubs only play dumb songs!!
  • I can help you have some fun. Here, have some LSD. It should help you have some more fun than just the music.
  • Something that makes us happy can't be dangerous.
  • I don't know, isn't LSD dangerous?
  • The protagonist finds herself disheveled and lost. She is found and the local hospital after an encounter with LSD. She recounts the events that lead to the hospital.
  • I might as well try it. What can go wrong?
  • Okay, thank you for the pills.
  • Just take some and if you need more, just let me know.
  • The protagonist comes across a stranger that offers her a drug that would "enhance" the club sensation.
  • HELP ME!! The Skulls are attacking me! There is death everywhere!
  • She questions the unknown substance and changes her mind because something fun couldn't possibly dangerous.
  • Is she okay?
  • She accepts the drugs from the stranger and ingests them. She dances some of the time away as the drug's effects don't develop until some time passes.
  • The effect starts to take place and the hallucinations begin to take over reality. The terrifying illusions make her paranoid and she gets the sensation of being attacked.
  • She comes down from the low and she collapses from the sensory overload. She is rushed to the hospital.
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