Netflix’s Heroine debuted this week and so far, the reviews and reactions of the new 40-minute documentary have been nothing short of amazing.
the women in #heroinenetflix are god damn angels. we need more women like them to end this epidemic.
— danielle gordon (@danielleraaae) September 16, 2017
Please go watch Heroin(e) on Netflix and then go educate yourself further on the opioid epidemic in this country and narcan #heroinenetflix
— hot(sauce)mess (@luccainthesky) September 13, 2017
39 mins. To understand how invaluable firefighters are, and how much they actually do. 39 mins. To see lives saved. #heroinenetflix pic.twitter.com/ESd6etxECy
— Kira Metcalfe (@kiradmetcalfe) September 15, 2017
— Joshua Ratliff (@Joshuahratliff) September 16, 2017
If you have forty minutes go watch heroin(e) on @netflix to see some inspiring women at work in the recovery field.
— sia (@Sia) September 16, 2017
Thnx @davemistich & @wvpublic for feat #HeroineNetflix Listen to the intvw where I talk about why I made this film https://t.co/Dy8PXQt1pr
— Elaine M. Sheldon (@elainemsheldon) September 12, 2017
#heroinenetflix @elainemsheldon thank you for this touching documentary highlighting these 3 women – Bravo! Heartfelt work. Thank you all
— Valerie Schiavone (@Valsveryown) September 14, 2017
#heroinenetflix is a great doc. Short and to the point with lots of heart and hope. Skip the parodies and watch the real stuff.
— Sarah Rockwood (@Rockwood_Sarah) September 16, 2017
#heroinenetflix A powerful account of determination & persistence in WV to fight the opioid crisis. #Respect for all in doc @elainemsheldon
— Karen Hill 🗽 (@hill0karen) September 14, 2017