On April 25, 2014, the City of Flint, Michigan switched its water supply from Lake Huron to the Flint River. This change was forced on the local municipality by then Governor Rick Snyder to save $5 million dollars. It was a catastrophic mistake that resulted in an unparalleled American public health crisis. Flint documents the mass lead poisoning of thousands on a ground level from the beginning. Renowned filmmaker Anthony Baxter interviews the residents, scientists, outside influencers, and politicians involved over a five-year period. He follows up in 2021 with a look at the city's current state. Alec Baldwin narrates.
"Fame is whack," reads the tagline of Cypher, a groundbreaking new film about Grammy-nominated rapper Tierra Whack from writer-director Chris Moukarbel. The adjective "whack" here