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Source:  NEPA Scene

After NEPA Scene premiered Scranton filmmaker Kenny Luck’s first documentary, “Half Empty: Life in America’s Unhappiest City,” the 15-minute video went viral, garnering over 23,000 views and sparking debate about whether or not the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania area is really as bad as polls and studies say it is.

In 2017, Luck is back with a new topical documentary, “Opioid Nation: The Making of an Epidemic,” that should add to these discussions and trigger new ones. The doc once again premiered exclusively on NEPA Scene.

Read the story at NEPA Scene and watch the documentary below.

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