Heroin(e)

Documentaries, 2017, 39 minutes
Heroin(e)
This Oscar-nominated film follows three women -- a fire chief, a judge and a street missionary -- battling West Virginia's devastating opioid epidemic.
The documentaries Heroin(e) is a Netflix Original and was released in 2017 and lasts 39 minutes. This powerful glimpse of the U.S. opioid crisis earned an Oscar nod and won an Emmy for Outstanding Short Documentary. Parents strongly cautioned Heroin(e) is available on Netflix in Ultra HD/4K quality as long as you have the right Netflix membership plan This documentaries is Provocative, Understated.
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Score: 6.9 of the 10

Heroin(e) is a short starring Jan Rader, Patricia Keller, and Necia Freeman. Three women fight to break the cycle one life at a time.

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Audio: Spanish;German;Italian;French;English - Audio Description
Subtitles: French;Spanish;English;Simplified Chinese;Traditional Chinese

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