Watched this in Religion class at school. Brought to light a haunting albeit interesting town in West Virginia with a problem of drug addicts and how a fire fighter along with other empowering women attempt to help and rehabilitate overdose victims. I wish it had a longer runtime so it could dive deeper into the characters featured and the rehabilitation but as is, this 39-minute documentary is a great watch.
After several years of my parents telling me to watch this movie, I finally did. And it was great!
I'm a sucker for mysteries and this movie was right up my alley. With an intriguing mystery that keeps you questioning, I had a lot of fun piecing all the clues together. Now all I have to do is re-watch this movie so I can fully understand everything in this jam-packed film.
Side Note: This movie reminded me of 'Bloodshot', and if you've seen that movie you'll know what I mean.