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And as in past, his collection left at least one observer willing him to cut loose, smoke a spliff or go on a tear.
Having helped her sick mother die using a spiked spliff, Theresa, who works in a medical-marijuana dispensary, descends into a detached reverie of hallucinatory grief.
In an early scene, Theresa (Dunst) prepares a spliff for her bedridden mother (Susan Traylor) that’s laced with a couple of drops of a mysterious substance that will put her out of her misery.
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