Shedding tears can be cathartic. It's healthy to flush out a few salty droplets every once in awhile. So if it's been some time since you last blubbered, here's your chance.
Film Streams just opened “Rich Hill,” a new documentary that has been called "a gorgeous depiction of three young boys in the trenches of deep poverty, a marvel of hard-won heartbreak, should be put in a time capsule for future generations" and "remarkable."
When you watch the trailer to the film, the first line you hear is, "People walk past us with their nose 50 miles in the air acting like they're better than us. And I ... I don't fall for that. We're not trash. We're good people." That sets the tone.
Did I really cry just by watching the two-minute trailer? Yes, twice. Each time I watched it. If the last line in the brief teaser clip doesn't move you, well, then you're probably not a human and you should exit our planet immediately!