This Much We Know
Grieving the suicide of a friend, Frances Henderson heads to Las Vegas, the suicide capitol of the nation to seek answers. There she learns about the shocking suicide of a teenage boy. While investigating the boy’s suicide and the suicide epidemic further she learns that the city is also burdened by a national problem scrambling to bury decades of nuclear excess in a nearby mountain. Artfully maneuvering between two stories burgeoning with existential questions, THIS MUCH WE KNOW masterfully links the seemingly disparate subjects of self-annihilation and environmental issues into something supernatural, unforgettable and transcendental.
- Joey Carey