Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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[Elaine McMillion] Sheldon's choice to follow three women pays off in a big way, keeping the viewer engaged and presenting a fuller picture of the former industrial town.
Heroin(e) demands better from the world outside those mountains. It does not let anyone distance themselves. It presents addicts and rescuers in the same frame, with the same respect. It asks you to see.
Heroin(e) [has] a knowing intimacy
The simple lesson of this doc, which is surprisingly breezy and cheerful given the subject matter: a softer touch and a gentler approach is better in this terrible situation.
McMillion Shelton doesn't sugarcoat the severity of the crisis, but watching these women addressing it is oddly hopeful and entertaining.
Heroin(e) is a flashpoint in a national crisis with no end in sight, as another set of sirens preceed the closing credits.
Sheldon's film is a showcase of noble women who have truly lost themselves in the service of others.
A brief snapshot of a much bigger picture, this is an interesting film as far as it goes but, like its subject, not all that unusual
One of the most all-around successful and satisfying films of its kind that I've seen in a while.
Heroin(e) is not a life-changing documentary. However, it does an excellent job of highlighting the everyday heroes willing to devote their lives to fighting this epidemic, while analyzing what the cost of that devotion may be.
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