This documentary by Jonathan Blank about contemporary Dutch tolerance regarding prostitution and soft drugs is a video that’s been transferred to film, so the image quality is terrible (the sound-bite and image-bite format is also fairly monotonous). But you may find the content engaging if you aren’t already familar with the commonsensical, humane laws in contemporary Holland and how successful they seem to be. As a commentary on a functioning welfare state with little poverty or extreme wealth, this may ultimately be more a film about this country—or at least a film addressed to the U.S.; there’s a pointed segment, for instance, about the relative scarcity of guns.