Writer-director Ryan Piers Williams does, and he has been researching and reading about the subject for five years. The result is "The Dry Land," a troubling meditation on one man's fall from grace. It's rough stuff and not for everyone, but there should be an audience--most likely at home--that cares enough to seek it out.
The Dry Land is relevant here because Heather Rae co-produced it. Because it includes Misty Upham (billed 12th in the cast on IMDB.com). And because it reunites Rae and Upham with Melissa Leo from Frozen River.
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Below: Misty Upham at Sundance.