Green Blood Red Tears
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(May 07, 2007)
Award winning filmmaker Joe Terrence Gray searches for an explanation to the sudden death of his nephew, James Gray Goodman, a 42 year old farmer in southern Kentucky. The result is a thorough examination of the historic economic, socio-religious, and biochemical causes which combine to make farming the most suicide-prone occupation in the world. Interviews with family and neighbors, psychologist Val Farmer, economic historian John Kenneth Galbraith, rural sociologists Judith and William Hefferman, populist Jim Hightower, and doctors Bob Davies, David Overstreet, Warren Porter, Lorann Stallones, Bernard Weiss and others are woven togther to describe an invisible murderer.