Montana Meth Project - Bathtub
Summary: A girl has a disturbing vision of her future meth-addicted self in the shower.
The Montana Meth Project is an anti-drug organization, and in 2005 started an advertising campaign that shows the dangers of methamphetamine use.
In this spot, a girl is just getting off the phone with a friend whom her parents think she's with. Apparently the plan is they'll actually be elsewhere trying meth for the first time. When the girl hops in the shower she notices blood running down the drain, then turns around to find a future meth-addicted version of herself curled up in the tub. The future self (bruised, cut, and burned out) gives a warning "Don't do it. Don't do it."
- Production Company: Supply & Demand
- Director: Tony Kaye
- Executive Producer: Dana Garman
- Creative Director: Paul Venables
- Creative Director: Greg Bell
- Art Director: Tavia Holmes
- Art Director: Aaron Stern
- Producer: Stacey Higgins