This is less a "documentary" and more following a meth addict and her family around with a camera. There's no real background, no deep insights, and for me, no real point.
I went to college in Faulkner County, AR. I live about 20 minutes away from where the majority of this was filmed. I work in an Emergency Department at a large hospital. I am quite acquainted with the dual havoc that meth abuse and opioid abuse are wreaking on rural Arkansas. This documentary doesn't do anything more than allow you to gawk at some incredibly unfortunate individuals. I have come to expect much better from HBO.