“Cheshire, Ohio is tough but moving film about the death knell of a formerly beautiful Midwestern village, brought to its knees by the toxicity of a power plant. A contemporary American Tragedy, the film is powerfully told by director Morgenstern, who evokes the innocence of town dwellers in places like Cheshire—and what happens to them when big business betrays them.”
Thank you Marc Glassman for the great plug. Marc was the programmer for The Planet In Focus Environmental Film Festival in Toronto. He is also a film critic and editor of Point of View, Canada’s premiere magazine about documentary culture.