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New Local Film "75" Gets Personal With Stories Of Today's Heroin Epidemic

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Cincinnati is one of the "characters" in the locally-produced film 75, which tells the stories of families impacted by the current heroin epidemic. 

Joining Frank Johnson to talk about the movie, prior to a public screening on May 16, are Joe Zappa, the film's director, and Tifani Ahren Davis, one of the actors.