For this edition of Saturday at the Movies we are traveling via video documentary to Morocco in order to see how some of the finest hash on the planet is produced by hash-makers using super old school methods that have proven to be effective for centuries.
Haschisch, which was released in 2002, is an amazing film that takes us deep into the Moroccan wilderness to discover fields of marijuana that are being tended to by locals that make their living processing the crops into hashish in order to be deported to neighboring countries for profit.
“Do you know chocolate? This is chocolate,” quote from the film. This film is sub-titled, but it is still very enjoyable to watch. I personally learned a lot about the Moroccan’s hash making techniques and it was very interesting to see how they go about cultivating their crops, not to mention what seems to be a really primitive way of drying and curing their harvested flowers.
So, let’s get appropriately prepared for this documentary by breaking out a nice chunk of hash, loading up our favorite implement of combustion and let the journey begin. We hope you enjoy today’s inflight movie! Thanks for flying with The 420 Times! The “no smoking” sign has been turned off for your convenience.