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Sheldon paints a stark picture of the harsh reality of recovery in her sensitive, and life-affirming documentary
A moving yet cautionary tale and a painful reminder that recovery is a journey that never really ends.
Nonetheless, the humanitarian eye of Sheldon, alongside Jacob's Ladder, implores audiences to adopt a posture of compassion and understanding, because the struggle an addict faces is a deepening one.
It's a powerful indictment: not only of hostility toward drug users, but also of toxic masculine molds that command men against seeking help, relief, and love.
Intense, honest, and inspiring docu about opioid addiction.
Accomplished without exaggeration and putting additional faces onto oft-stereotyped members of America, making them multi-faceted men and bursting through backwoods hillbilly convention. The immediate social impression of Recovery Boys is tremendous.
It can be devastating at times, but you won't feel like it was time ill spent.
The final outcome may be mixed, but viewers will concur with a sobbing Ryan that "helping people who everyone else in society looks down on - it's amazing."
Forget our society's current obsession with superheroes: this is the conflict of which powerful drama is made.
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