In this feature-length documentary, photographer Nance Ackerman describes the havoc prescription painkiller OxyContin wreaked in the already weakened Cape Breton town of Glace Bay. The film guides us through a culture of economic and social depression where we encounter men and women at different stages of dependency. Demystifying the world of the addict while showing us the complex social nexus that led to such despair, Cottonland emphasizes the importance of a collective approach to tackling addiction.
- Director:Nance Ackerman,
- Writer:Nance Ackerman, Eddie Buchanan (contributing writer)
Cottonland demystifies the world of the addict and explores the reality of economic and drug dependence in Nova Scotia's depressed coal towns of Cape Breton. Celebrated photographer and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: Doll Graveyard was okay. I wouldn't say it was the worst movie I've ever seen. You see, I'm a huge fan of killer doll movies so I had to see this. The dolls were neat looking but the story and characters were very generic and unappealing. It is truly sad to see movies like this who try to capitalize on the success of movies like Puppet Master only to fall depressingly short. This movie could have been a good idea if only it had more imagination.
(us) wrote: Great emotionally-charged doc. Concentrates more on the man rather than the specific details concerning the genocide. Being a realist, I understood the reasons why nothing was done but I still hurts to see a man put in such a hopeless situation. I consider him a personal hero.
(kr) wrote: This is my favorite film of all time. The direction is absolutely beautiful, the cinematography is absolutely breathtaking, the editing is flawless, and the story is unforgettable.
(ag) wrote: Was absolutely a waste of my time, he has his moments of shear brilliance and then there are times where u just cant believe how stupid his thought was.
(ag) wrote: All star cast. All star movie.
(fr) wrote: The first happy lesbo movie!!!
(gb) wrote: Buffalo creeped me out, especially the way he sounded. Movie was a different type of cowboy movie. I enjoyed it, even though I'm not much into westerns.
(gb) wrote: I guess I wanted to see this because I'm a Metallica fan. Now I really want to read the book.
(jp) wrote: how was this rated PG?????
(gb) wrote: Really don't understand all the negativity here. I was riveted to the movie all the way through. One of the best car chase scenes I have ever seen. The main thing that kept me interested was the poor son's major problem trying to put it all together. Finally, the "bad" guys (Mossad) figure it out and just tell him the way it is. Definitely would recommend and I am puzzled by the hostility to this picture.
(ru) wrote: If you can't appreciate really, really budget films then this one may not be for you... It's out there!! And I love it!