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:20 General Drugs/HIV TV Spot

[Opens with carefree Female 1 walking down a city sidewalk]
SFX: Street sounds
SFX: Text message ring
 
[Female 1 checks message]
Text Message 2: u hear bout kim?
 
[Cut to Kim party scene]
SFX: Party sounds
 
[Cut to Female 1]
SFX: Street sounds
Female 1: What about Kim?
Text Message 1: what bout kim?
 
[Cut to Female 2, who checks message then says/types]
SFX: Café sounds
Female 2: she has HIV
Text Message 2: she has HIV
 
[Cut to Female 1]
SFX: Street sounds
Female 1: (gasp)
 
[Cut to Female 2, who checks message then says/types]
SFX: Café sounds
Female 2: We went to a party.
Text Message 2: a party
 
[Cut to Kim party scene- Female 2 in voiceover, Text Message 2 appears during the clip]
SFX: Party sounds
Text Message 2: she got high
Female 2 (voiceover): got stupid,
Text Message 2: she got stupid
Female 2 (voiceover): and now she has HIV.
Text Message 2: she has HIV
 
[Cut to Female 1]
SFX: Street sounds
 
Screen: HIV
 
[Cut to Slate 1]
Slate 1: use ur brain.
keep ur body healthy.
b drug free.
 
[Cut to slate 2]
Slate 2: A public service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and this station. (top, center)
hiv.drugabuse.gov (center)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (bottom left)
NIDA National Institute on Drug Abuse (bottom right)
National Institutes of Health (bottom right)
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