Page 4 of Louis Theroux returns to BBC Two with three new films about LA
Watched it last night, it was very interesting, as had never seen this 'Law and disorder' season.
Watched his scientology movie on Amazon last night. Seemed more of a comedy than his usual stuff. Didn't really reveal anything new but still an enjoyable watch.
Oooh I didn't realise that was on Prime!!! Thanks!
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Now watched this, it's interesting, but nothing groundbreaking or different from what you've seen in any other documentary about Scientology.
One to watch on Prime or when it gets an airing on TV rather than a must see.
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Louis Theroux Reveals Plans For Three New BBC Two DocumentariesAnd no, he won’t be covering the rise of Donald Trump.
not exactly cheery stuff :(
1. ‘Murder In Milwaukee’
The Independent has said this film will see Louis visit the city shortly after two police shootings have taken place, meeting both the police and families and activists from the African-American community affected.
2. ‘Sex Trafficking Houston’ (working title)
Houston is seen as the main location for sex trafficking in the US, and Louis will meet with the women who have been trafficked as well as the police trying to stop it, before visiting a county jail.
3. ‘Opiate City’
The third and final show will investigate the growing issue of prescription drug addictions in Huntington, West Virginia.
He rarely picks uninteresting subjects...
*Confirmed* @louistheroux takes on America’s love affair with opiates - Sunday 8 October, 9pm @BBCTwo - http://bbc.in/2wVBJEP
Just watched "Heroin Town", sad how a city/its people can be let down by the healthcare profession and pharmaceutical companies, and then how other people take advantage of the situation abusing and manipulating ppl, both the users taking advantage of family, and the dealers preying on the addicted.
Sad that kids so young start popping prescription pills they find in the medicine cabinet, and the effect that has later on in life.
This one didn't seem to come away with any positives, no solutions, just a rather depressing look at a city in America :(