Firefighters are one of our biggest heroes. They put their life in danger on a daily basis, all just so they can save us from danger. And we have to be thankful for that.
How do they response to calls? An in-depth experimental documentary shows exactly that. The documentary made with amateur footage, internet media and professional camera work, focuses on fire personal and their response to fire.
The documentary puts the focus on a wild fire across 27,000 acres in Southern California, and how the firefighters battle the fire helped by California State prisoners. It is a rare sight to see firefighters work hand in hand with prisoners, but sometimes, when lives are in danger, you have to get every help you can.
We continue with the series for Frank James Moore, an underground counter-culture hero in America. Frank rose to prominence in the early 1990s, when his performances included...