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Lost in America

Lost in America is a movie starring Rosario Dawson, Tiffany Haddish, and Halle Berry. Following director Rotimi Rainwater, a former homeless youth, as he travels the country to shine a light on the epidemic of youth homelessness in...

Running Time
1 hours 45 minutes
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Rotimi Rainwater
Rotimi Rainwater
Tiffany Haddish, Halle Berry, Jon Bon Jovi, Rosario Dawson
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اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Lost in America is a feature documentary on the issue of youth homelessness in America, following director Rotimi Rainwater, a former homeless youth, and his team as they travel the country to shine a light on the epidemic of youth homelessness- highlighting issues like: human trafficking, the foster care system, youth rejected because of their sexuality, domestic violence, abuse, and more. It also examines what many organizations, politicians and other public figures are doing (or not doing) to help these youth. Featuring interviews with Jewel (executive producer), Rosario Dawson (executive producer), Jon Bon Jovi, Halle Berry, Sanaa Lathan and others, the project has captured the attention of dozens of organizations and members of Congress that have since become involved. In addition, the upcoming film campaign has been sponsored by the organization Sands Cares, Las Vegas Sands' giving program. More than a film, Lost in America is a movement. It started with one man's journey to shine a light on the realities of youth living on the streets. Then, a group of filmmakers formed a team dedicated to telling the story of this important journey. Now, this movement is spreading across the country to thousands who are standing with the film to make sure homeless youth are no longer - lost in America.

Comments about documentary «Lost in America» (22)

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This is one of the very few documentary films that was made about the people that were involved in the culture of rock and roll. It was made in 1968 and released in 1972. It tells the story of the rise and fall of the I-4 community from a rock band in California to the dark places they were from. In the early years they were in the middle of being a successful group playing at the local clubs and looking to do well, until a shipment of drugs was placed in their concert venue. They were in a bad situation and it started to get out of control, they were breaking windows, their manager was arrested and they were put on the "house arrest". That meant that they could not do any activities and could not have music shows. And they tried to break this condition but were getting scared and started to let the bad life around them happen. One example of this is that when the manager, played by F. Murray Abraham was murdered, the owner of the venue began to go crazy and was beating the band to get them to stop playing. The band started to hate the situation and the manager was starting to think that he was better off that way. The show owner started to put the band on the "house arrest" and used drugs to get them to go on the street and into a shopping center. The band was in such a bad situation that they were not able to continue. They were beaten and it was like they were in the place of prison. That was when the band decided to go underground. The first thing that they did was to start playing at a more controlled venue with some kind of management and starting their own record label, to get the money they needed. They were in a very bad situation and everything they had was just gone. They were in a really bad situation and they felt that if they were not able to do anything in the music business, then they should just quit. I guess this was the reason that they decided to make this film, to give people an idea about the world they were living in. There were a lot of people who were in the same situation that they were in and they wanted to show that it wasn't just a rock band, it was also a very strong community. This film is really good because it tells the whole story about the rock and roll world and how it changed. It is really good because it shows how many people were involved with rock and roll, and it shows how everyone was involved in it, even the band itself. It shows a lot of stuff, but it is very well done. This is one of the best films I've seen. The people who made

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Nancy J.

I will just say this: This is a very good documentary. I love when the director/writer is interviewed. It is fun to hear how the director started his career. I loved the look of the documentary. The interviews with the people in the documentary were very entertaining. There was some really good interviews with the people. I especially liked how the director spent time in the heart of New Orleans (or something like that). There is a lot of good music that the director recorded during this time. I am a big fan of jazz so this was a great way to spend some time in New Orleans. The director also mentions several famous jazz musicians. I also really liked that when the director was talking about jazz musicians he was using a recorded voice over. It is a great way to tell a story without words. The director/writer interviews were great. I especially liked when the director mentions that the director he was working with always had his friends in the city of New Orleans because of the weather and because he could not afford a decent recording studio. When the director tells the story of his childhood in New Orleans he talks about the church choir he used to play music in. I really liked the fact that the director was there for his birthdays. I also liked the fact that the director has a very good memory for the main character he played in the movie. This is a very good documentary. I would say that it is definitely worth watching. It is very entertaining. The director/writer/writer (Dale Asher) is a wonderful person. I also really liked the fact that he is a big fan of jazz. The director/writer/writer did a wonderful job of making a documentary about jazz musicians and also of the people of New Orleans. I really enjoyed it. This documentary will be a really good documentary for you. If you are into jazz then you will love this movie.

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Evelyn Pena

After watching "The Other America", I have learned a great deal about the human condition. There are people who feel nothing, yet are looking forward to the next day. There are people who can't wait for the new day, yet live in constant fear of not having a clue what day it is or what time it is. People whose lives are filled with tension, fear and sorrow. They are not ready to let go. Yet they can't seem to find a way to release their sadness and anguish. Not knowing what to do with their life. I learned that most people cannot accept their circumstances and go on living. They give up or try to avoid, but it just goes on and on. I have also learned that most people are trying to be independent of the outside world. I have learned that the outside world is not always there for the people. Many people see the future and wonder where they are going to be and what they are going to do. People who have already lost hope have no idea what to do with their lives. Their only salvation is to try to find meaning in the present. There are many great things that come with this life. We need to look for them. That is the most important thing in life. And we are not always given a choice. Life is too short for not to be grateful. If you're not grateful for what you have, you will be miserable. I hope everyone will see this movie. It will make you think.

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Disappointment in the U.S. with every aspect of their life is something that the average American citizen will have to face when they are confronted with the question of what is happening to our country. After watching this movie, it is even more likely that you will think that something in the U.S. is very wrong. It is amazing how important the United States was to all the nations that exist today. The movie did a great job in providing information on what is happening to the U.S. today, but it is not enough. If this movie had a wider release, it would have done great at the box office. It would have received a lot more attention and people would have paid attention to it. This is something that most documentaries do not get and it is something that is very important to Americans today. The film did a good job of giving you a little insight into what is happening to the U.S. today, but it is still very difficult to understand what is going on. The question is, do you understand what is happening in the U.S.?

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Beverly Alvarado

This is the saddest documentary i have ever seen. It shows how a stupid mistake can lead to big catastrophes. The world is going to be a better place once people wake up and realize that they need to wake up and they are not going to be comfortable. The world is in such a mess that it could take a disaster to change it. You are now wondering where your money is going? It goes to ridiculous projects like SuperPu. This movie made me so mad that I now want to get rid of my credit card and buy a mattress. Why is the United States like this? I've seen people die because they got in the way of a trailer. There is no reason to be so selfish. This film should be shown on the college campus so that students would see how people could die for nothing. The biggest thing that I learned from this film is that we need to wake up and see the world as it is. It is too scary and we can't see it. I never thought that I would write a review but I had to after this movie. I'm so angry that the rest of the world can't see the danger that the United States is in because that is the biggest danger. I'm sure that it is going to happen before it's too late. I urge you to watch it and see what a mistake is going to do to you.

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Megan W.

In 1985, in the middle of the drought, the CEO of the Coca-Cola company, Dr. James Quayle, decided that it was time to stop making American sodas. He tried to force farmers to stop growing them, and almost succeeded. In the end, he was forced to resign. But that's not the most interesting part. The story is about the struggles of Coca-Cola's founder, F.W. Quayle. He is played by Gregory Hines, and I think that this performance is almost flawless. The portrayal of Quayle is very honest and he is a man who sees the issues that his company faces and what he can do to help it. But there is a deeper side to him. He's also a man who cares deeply for his employees, and he fights for the rights of the people who work for him. He fights for the right to a living wage, and he fought for the right to an employment policy that would protect all employees from unfair dismissal. He fought to make the company more democratic, which ended up being a mistake, because it gave the company more power. He did have a vision, but he let his people do whatever they wanted. But when he decided to stop making American sodas, he was very effective in moving the company's leaders to change. But the people who work for Quayle aren't quite so successful. I think that this is the story of a company that truly loves it's employees. They are a passionate people, but they also know that they are part of something greater than themselves. I think that the most memorable scene is the scene with the workers. The workers are chanting in front of the factory that they have been working at, and they're talking about how much it hurts to be kicked out of work, and they're thanking Quayle for his vision. I think this scene is very powerful because you see that even though they are part of something bigger, they are still in a world of the individual, where they have their own ideas, and Quayle is still trying to let them use them. He doesn't want them to be let down by their employment, but he knows that it has to be fair. He still wants them to have a fair chance to make money, but he wants to give them a fair chance. I think that's why he's a successful businessman. He wants to have a fair chance, but he also understands that the companies should have the right to fire people who cause a problem.

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If you are from the Deep South and have seen 'Mississippi Burning' or 'Shame', this is a great movie. It is also great for anyone with an interest in cinema, as it is very effective in showing the power of a message (which can not only be lost on the ignorant, but is also important to the rest of the population). This movie was also very effective at pointing out the hypocrisy of the system that is supposed to be "above the law". No matter how innocent the guilty may be, no matter how bad the crime may be, the system always finds a way to have the guilty stand trial. The most difficult part about the movie for me was the last 15 minutes, which was a great representation of what we are all facing, no matter how clean our life may be. I would also like to say that I highly recommend it for anyone who is a true movie lover, and you are ready to take on this movie in order to do so. I hope that there is a DVD version, as I have seen some parts with the subtitles on the side.

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I'd have to say that Kevin Smith's "Bad Old Movies" documentary is one of the best things I've seen in my life. What could be better than watching a director's reel with his films all together? This would be like seeing (well, I hope) all of Ben Stiller's films back to back, and then reading the back of the reel. You'd be blown away! This documentary is a MUST SEE! If you're a fan of Kevin Smith's work and also enjoy watching a film, check this out! You won't be disappointed.

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Samuel D.

The problems of America are many, but the best that can be said about them is that they are the same as any other country in the world. The good news is that they are not a country we have to go to war over, which means they are not an enemy in any sense of the word. I read through the comments on this page and the majority were most disappointed and disappointed with America. The movie did a good job in telling the story of what Americans had to deal with. I enjoyed it, and was entertained by it. It is easy to forget what it was like to live there and what they went through. You can not help but feel a part of it. My favorite part was the interview with a soldier who lost two legs and is getting his fourth prosthetic. He talked about the movies he was in and the way he had to use his friends or his legs to get the message to the girls. I hope the movie was watched and learned a little bit about America.

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Victoria Nguyen

There is nothing particularly new here, just a combination of information from multiple sources, but it is done in a manner that is thoughtful and very well done. The interviews are very insightful, and the questions are left open to interpretation. I felt as if I could learn more about my own world as well as the world of my grandparents. The interviews are not only interesting, but are illuminating and fascinating as well. I am not one to necessarily agree with everything my grandparents said, but I think that the interviews show both the viewpoints of those of us who grew up in this era, and those of us who are not from this era. There is not a single negative statement in the film. I do not think that there is an element of racism here that could not be ignored if it were not necessary for the story. It would have been nice to hear more from someone from the end of World War II, or from the New Deal, or from World War I, or from the very last one, but then it would be pointless. I am very grateful that the filmmakers were not a little too afraid to include a comment from someone from a foreign country who did not know Americans from this era, or who knew only Americans from the 1930s. This is not an easy film to watch, and many of the interviews are extremely painful, but it is an important film to see.

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In the early 1930's the once powerful and respected oil magnate J.P. Morgan (Tom Hanks) along with his business partner (Joan Plowright) and the head of the oil company Royce T. Morgan (Timothy Olyphant) decide to "save the country" by creating the Federal Reserve System. Due to their greed and personal ambition they take away the power of the people and hand it to the corrupt and greedy financial elite. This leads to the fall of the American people, but also the rise of the "American people" with the destruction of the American manufacturing industry, the creation of the welfare state and an ever growing need for the government to come into the lives of the American people. Today the Rockefellers control most of the U.S. economy, with the exception of a few individuals and businesses. Yet, at the time of the film, the financial elite has taken control of the U.S. government and has created the American government. While this film is too long to be properly summed up, I will say that the majority of the film is a summary of the history of the rise and fall of the American people through their education system, through the Great Depression and through the years of the 1950's and 60's. As the film progressed, the producers used the example of the Rockefellers and the American people to illustrate the corruption of power. The conflict that emerges is between the "beneficiaries" of the financial elite and the American people. During the film, the Rockefellers and the wealthy individuals behind the American government were portrayed as the "beneficiaries" of their "ownership". This "ownership" was taken away from the American people and given to the "beneficiaries" of the system. During the film, I noticed that in many of the movie clips, the same words were used, like "the elite" and "wealth", and "the country" and "government". The corporate "ownership" system is shown as being responsible for the "destruction" of the American people, while the people were blamed for their own destruction. I would recommend that this film be given a wider release, as it is a very important and relevant story that deserves to be told.

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I had the chance to meet Niki Knook at a film festival in Helsinki in 2015. He is one of the best known young filmmakers in Finland, and the film he put on screen is something that will become quite memorable. The film is titled "Kontinentiga", which means "lost in America", and shows the influence of the American reality shows on Finnish culture. This film shows the actors' professional and personal struggles in making this documentary. Niki is also a big fan of reality TV, and he has been trying to make a documentary about those shows since long time ago. Even before the project of "Lost in America", he had already noticed the weakness of the system. For example, he had already put together a documentary about Tappara, a Finnish reality show that mainly consists of reality shows where you have to buy a ticket before watching the show. I could not imagine how hard it was to shoot this documentary, but I have to admit that it was a great effort. If you want to see a wonderful documentary about the Finnish reality show, you can take a look at "Lost in America". 8/10

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Jose O.

Well, my film as a whole is basically about 2 men (mainly the one who's dead and one who has been living in a trailer with his family for a decade) who were living in a trailer in America. It's a long time since I've been to America. I'm not even American. And this is my first time that I've seen a documentary about an American who's been living in America for a decade, and all I know about America is what I read in a magazine. As for "Robert Pattinson", well, I didn't know much about him. And the movie itself, I guess, is more like a profile than a biography. But the thing that I'm trying to say is that Robert Pattinson is a very complex character, in fact, so complex that he is easy to understand. And that's something that doesn't happen to a lot of actors. Maybe because this is his first film, I have trouble with comparing it to his previous ones. But the fact is that you can find a lot of things wrong with this movie. Some of them could be justified, some things could be wrong. But I didn't really find anything wrong with the movie. It's a really good movie, and it's a really good experience. I don't think you'll regret it.

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Joshua Mills

This documentary was well-written and has enough factual information to make a point without making you feel lost. The director, Ivan Eland, has a short film before the documentary that he filmed at various places, not just in the United States. This is a great document of the community's attempts to become a part of the mainstream economy and its various struggles. It is a serious look at a community that has been so severely impoverished it has lost its identity, its roots, and its sense of community. The characters are not depicted as losers or losers because they have no money, they are simply portrayed as a people who have been exploited, robbed, and even victimized. This documentary provides a helpful background about what it took to create this community and what happened when it became a national success. The film does not seem to be biased, at least not in its editing. The director avoids suggesting the many points the local government, the business people, and the residents made in favor of their "community" agenda. It is not a perfect documentary, but it is a good effort. The local government makes some very powerful points, the business people make some strong arguments for their "community" agenda, and the residents make arguments that are strong enough to make you uncomfortable with the economy. The documentary is well worth seeing.

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This film is an overview of some of the most famous (and lesser known) figures in political history, including the last two U.S. Presidents, one of whom was Richard Nixon. The film is reasonably balanced between the history of Nixon and the JFK assassination and the American Civil War, which might be surprising to the casual viewer. The purpose of the film was to capture the struggle and even the crisis that existed in Washington between the Capitol and the White House, from the days of Andrew Jackson, to the Cold War and Watergate. The film itself is well researched, but it is not really a historical document. It is a look at the relationship between a highly respected man and a man whose career was defined by his ability to be elected president. The film takes a look at the effect of Nixon's participation in the Vietnam War on his popularity and how his popularity helped the Democratic Party when the Watergate scandal broke in the early 1970s. The film's portrayal of his popularity is more true to the reality than any other historical documentary or movie. There are few people in American history who have had such a large impact on American society as a result of their involvement in the Vietnam War. It is surprising to learn that two of the presidents of the United States who had the most controversial involvement in the war were James Monroe and Andrew Jackson. Monroe, a senator, was an enthusiastic supporter of the war, but he was considered a weak leader. Monroe was assassinated in 1845. Jackson, who was a congressman, became the third President of the United States after Washington and Madison. Jackson was also considered a weak leader. Jackson was assassinated in 1829. It is interesting to see the historical context of the American Civil War, in which the Republican Party and the Democratic Party were bitterly divided. The Republicans wanted to end slavery and the Democrats believed that the war would be a moral and military victory. The war was ultimately won by the South in the North. As of this writing, the Republican Party and the Democratic Party have not recovered from the Civil War. The Republicans have lost control of the House of Representatives, and the Democrats control the Senate. If there is one thing that the film left out, it would be the role of William Jennings Bryan. Bryan was the leader of the Anti-slavery movement in the United States, and he fought in the Civil War. He was not active during the Vietnam War, but he did write and lead a movement in favor of civil rights during that war. The anti-war movements that helped end the war did not succeed in changing the national attitude toward the Vietnam War, but they changed attitudes about the Civil War. The film is

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Raymond J.

If you have ever wondered what happened to the rest of the people who stayed behind on the ruins of Grenada, watch this film. You will not be disappointed. In one of the most shocking and disturbing documentaries you will ever see, they film the last survivors who left Grenada and the island. The people who live on the island, know very little about their home, including the people who stayed in the American Embassy. This is a very difficult and depressing film, and the last thing you want to see is the island being abandoned. For a few minutes, you will feel like you are home, but then the realization starts to hit you that this place is not home anymore. I also strongly recommend you see this film with an open mind. If you don't, you will not understand the tragedy of what happened in Grenada. I also strongly recommend seeing this film as a way to remember those people who were in Grenada. Because there will be many more of them in the future. They did not leave home on Grenada because they were "in danger" or were "stuck". They left on their own. That is the message of the film. You will probably be very emotional after seeing this film, but the film does not judge people for being American, and they do not judge people for being Grenadian. The people who stayed in the American Embassy, are the most human. And this is why they are most important. This is a great film, and you should see it.

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Kathy Wilson

This is a great film that is well worth a look. I loved watching the film, and was filled with excitement to learn more about these people, especially those who were involved with the Censorship. I enjoyed this movie, and would recommend it to anyone. Well done and highly recommended!

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This was a really interesting film, I watched it as a diversion from my schoolwork, but it was really good. The subject matter is of great interest, especially with the economic downturn and its effects on the people who don't have it. There's a lot of good information in this film, in addition to the big social issues that are being brought up. I thought this was an important documentary on the subject matter.

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There are two reasons why this documentary is important. The first is the archival footage. There are the oldies, the time-warped footage, the weird visuals and the graphic content of the footage, the documentary style. The archival footage is just a mind boggling collection of footage in the second half of the 20th century, with some unseen footage and one of the most interesting documentaries I've seen in a long time. The second reason is the ideas that drive it. What I love about this film is how old-fashioned it is. Everything from the music, the way the stories are told and the material the film is made from, it feels authentic. It looks like a documentary, not something made for television. That is exactly what the film does, it doesn't try to appeal to the mass market or the audience. It feels like a documentary that it is not, just like all the footage. The film also presents these stories in a somewhat fragmented fashion, making each one different. We see segments of each story, not the whole story, but segments of it. And as they tell the stories, we are left with a single, ambiguous feeling. We are left to figure out what was important to each story. I love that. There are multiple stories and we get to see one of the stories before we see the other stories. As we find out that a story is interesting, we are reminded of the stories we didn't know and we get to see these stories again. The film is just so full of ideas. We are left to figure out what was important to the different stories and when. I love this idea. It is interesting to see the differences in the stories we are told, how they relate to each other and how each story ends. We are given so many clues and we are given so many hints of what the ending of a story is. The film is full of all sorts of metaphors. It is full of symbolism. The film is full of all kinds of symbolism and I love this idea of symbols and what they mean. I love the ideas and I love that each story is told in a different way. I love that we are asked questions and then we are given answers. We are given many different answers. The film is really full of ideas. There are so many things that are tied together in this film. The film is interesting and I love it because of how it is all tied together. There are so many things that I love about this film. It is interesting, it is interesting, it is interesting and I love it because of how it is tied together.<|endoftext

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Julia Hunt

I love this film, so much that I watched it 4 times. This is a moving, almost hauntingly funny film. It tells the story of two kids (Jermaine and his brother Christopher) who come to stay with their grandmother in the country, who are so sick and need a lot of help. The grandparents don't know how to take care of the kids, and the kids try to find ways to stay clean and straight and whatnot. The grandmother does not understand what is going on, and the kids are just trying to get by. The grandmother has an adorable and honest side, and the kids find comfort in her honesty. The grandparents are a mixed bag, and they don't understand each other. The movie does a good job of showing us the dysfunctional family dynamic, with a lot of funny scenes along the way. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who loves a movie that makes you laugh, and is worth seeing.

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Walter Moore

I found this film in a video store, and I am amazed at how much I have enjoyed it. The plot is simple, and the subject matter is profound. There are many differing opinions as to whether this film is funny or profound, but I can honestly say that it is one of the most satisfying movies I have seen in a long time. There are no great revelations, no revelations that no one has thought of, no revelations that have been hyped to such a degree. This is the basic plot of this film: A depressed, homeless man, becomes a U.S. Marine, and decides to take up arms to protect the country he once loved. I don't want to spoil any of the revelations, as this film doesn't have any. However, the plot is well laid out and the emotions of the characters are honest. I felt empathy with many of the people in this film, and I don't find myself being more emotionally invested in a film that is similar to this one. However, I do think that this film is important and worthwhile to watch. It really makes you think about your own country, and whether or not you would give it a second thought. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn something about America and what it is like to be there. I think this film is a bit like the classic Hollywood film "Bigger Than the Sky" - that is, it touches you and it makes you think, but it isn't the most original film in the world. If you are looking for a great movie about America, then this is the one for you. The acting in this film is very good. John Goodman is especially brilliant, as he portrays a character who is deeply troubled, yet with a smile on his face and a positive outlook on life. The acting of this film is not over the top, and it is certainly not the most successful film I have seen. I don't know if the acting was used in this film to enhance the film, or if it was truly great acting, but the acting in this film is superb. This is a film that will not be everyone's cup of tea, but it is a good film to watch if you want to learn something about America. This film has both a deeper and a more dramatic aspect to it. The main character, Kevin Costner, has a deep inner turmoil, and I can honestly say that I found myself growing and becoming more sympathetic towards the character as the film progressed. In fact, I was extremely moved by this film, and I don't think I have seen a more powerful film in a long time. The main character's story

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Lori Gutierrez

This documentary is the most recent in a string of films that shows the real horror of drug addiction in the United States, and how society can be swept up by drugs of all sorts, especially in the hands of a greedy and sick society. The documentary does not blame the problem on any one specific substance or group, but tries to show the full picture of the widespread problem of drug addiction. The violence, the secrecy, the exploitation, the anger. This documentary is a very honest, accurate depiction of the consequences of drug addiction in the United States. It is extremely painful to watch, and yet it is a very important film that shows the problem in a very honest, human way.