James Wahlberg’s WHAT ABOUT THE KIDS Movie Screening In Plantation On Friday

James Wahlberg’s WHAT ABOUT THE KIDS movie has a special screening this Friday in Plantation. Wahlberg, brother of Mark and Donnie Wahlberg, examines how opioid addiction affects family life and faith in modern day America. The movie will shown Friday 7PM at St Gregory the Great Catholic Church In Plantation.

“The far-reaching effects of addiction are ripping through communities across the country. In his new film What About the Kids? writer and director Jim Wahlberg gives us a poignant look into the true cost of this epidemic through the eyes of Chloe, an 8-year-old girl whose parents are addicted to opioids. Informed by his own battle with addiction, Wahlberg’s film is a touching narrative that illuminates the importance of faith and family on the journey to sobriety.”

1 thought on “James Wahlberg’s WHAT ABOUT THE KIDS Movie Screening In Plantation On Friday

  1. boomerbabysage

    Seems like a very personal account and well played through the eyes of the child. Then, watch the 8-part Hulu series Dopesick for which Michael Keaton very deservedly just won an Emmy for best actor. Sick is the operative word. The pure greed behind the prescription opioid crisis in America, especially through the completely compassionless Sackler family, is, in fact, sickening.

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