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Agony of Ecstasy, The (ATOM study guide)

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    'Being on ecstasy is like being in love, with everything and everyone around you. My name's Lise. I'm twenty-eight and I took ecstasy every weekend for two years. Then my life fell completely to pieces. Now I want to know what ecstasy did to my brain and were all those nights of partying really worth it.' – Lise

    The Agony of Ecstasy, a documentary directed and produced by Katrina Lucas, tells the story of 28-year-old Lise's decision to find out if her former ecstasy habit has damaged her health. Convinced that ecstasy use is behind her struggle with anxiety, depression and memory-loss, Lise wants to know the truth about the 'love drug'.

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    The Agony of Ecstasy is suitable for students in Years 10–12 in the subject areas of English, Health and Physical Education, and Media Arts, as well as the General Capabilities of Personal and Social Capability, and Ethical Understanding.

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