In 1999, after losing his son in a drug-related shooting in New Orleans and lacking answers from police, a small town pharmacist - Dan Schneider - beats the odds when he embarks on a dogged... See full summary »
Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger investigates the tragic death of an 8-year-old California boy who endured horrific abuse by his mother and her boyfriend, along with the fractured and complex systems that failed to protect him.
Pretty good information, until the silly god bits.
Overall a good series. I am not sure why they needed to include the silliness of their ancient religious practices. I mean which of their god's helps with any of these pandemics? Islam, Christianity, Hinduism? Why didn't they find an MD that had been abducted by aliens, I am sure there are a few out there. No myth has ever created a vaccine for anything.
When they back away from the unverifiable religious beliefs and focus on critical thinking and scientific methodology, it becomes something of value. If it were not for this major flaw, I would have given the series 8 Stars.
So I do suggest you watch the series, even if you realize there is no proof of heaven, nor hell.
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