A unique and compelling portrait of renowned photographer Nan Goldin and her campaign against the Sackler family and the US opioid epidemic.

Laura Poitras follows-up her documentaries on Assange and the Edward Snowden affair, with this award-winning portrait of the photographer and activist Nan Goldin as she spearheads a resolute campaign against the Sackler family and their pharmaceutical dynasty – heavily implicated in the rising opioid epidemic in the US.

Notes: (18) Features explicit scenes of a sexual nature, as well as themes of drug abuse and misuse.

  • Venue

    Grassmarket Community Picture House

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    Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh EH1 2QA, UK

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