Misnamed, this film primarily addresses Andrew's struggle to deal with the death of his father, not just with drugs, but with self-defeating and often dangerous behavior and his mother's decision to have him forcibly abducted to a treatment center. It does not address the concept of self-medication.
Smoking a joint while driving (0:02).
Buying drugs from a dealer (0:08).
A friend tells Andrew his mom Louise has been getting prescription drugs from Mexico, and we discover that the death of Andrew's father has contributed to events to follow (0:12).
As Louise takes pills we see a bottle labeled "Xanex" on the night stand (0:12).
Smoking crack cocaine (?) with a glass pipe (0:14).
Dr. Reinholz (psychiatrist?) reads Andrew's history from written records. (0:27)
Dr. Reinholz administers psychological testing to Andrew. (0:29)
Group psychotherapy. (0:39, 0:52)
Group psychotherapy with Dan. John talks about his brother's suicide. (0:49)
After Andrew loses control and becomes assaultive and defiant staff inject him with an unidentified drug. (0:51)
Friends share a joint. (0:52)
Keith running group psychotherapy and teaching visualization techniques. (0:54)
Andrew says, "I will kill myself." (1:06)
Andrew smokes marijuana in a bong. (1:09)
Louise take pills (1:11) and admits she has taken more drugs than the doctor prescribed (1:33).
Andrew is finally able to scatter his father's ashes according to his wishes. (1:40)