A small-town pastor, a grandmother, and a teenage girl are caught between the conflicting forces of home, family, and community as they deal with their complex relationships to prescription drugs. Both an intimate character study and a broad exploration of America’s opioid epidemic, this interactive experience allows the audience to pivot between the three unique perspectives of its key characters. Each of these storylines evolves independently and in real time, allowing the viewer to capture fleeting moments and subtle parallels between narratives that make every play-through as much a journey for the viewer as the protagonist.

This is a free event open to the public that takes place in the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center lobby. See the schedule below:

October 10: 3:15pm-9pm
October 11: 5:30pm-9pm
October 12: 1:00pm-9pm
October 13: 1:00pm-9pm