“Love” is too strong a word (and I haven’t seen it recently), but alone amoung all the anti-drug adverts I have ever seen, this one made me go “hmm, thats a fair point, well made” as opposed to “wtf? are our tax dollars paying for this crap?”.
Its the one with the young kid going through his elder brother’s personal effects and thoughtfully picking up his wallet. At which point you are meant to assume the elder brother has died some hideous drug-related death, and the message is “think of the children”, but suddenly the kid turns around and yells something like “Frank, you left your wallet in the laundry again!”. And it transpires his dope-smoking elder brother is alive and well, just still living at home with his parents, despite being a full grown man.