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Watch: Small Town Rage Fuels Documentary ‘Little Hope Was Arson’

Watch: Small Town Rage Fuels Documentary 'Little Hope Was Arson'

When 10 different churches in the “Bible belt” of Texas burned to the ground in just one month, questions and outrage were bound to be raised. Theo Love’s crime drama documentary “Little Hope Was Arson” is an investigation into the 2010 East Texas arson crimes and the subsequent manhunt that followed. 

Complicated by issues of religion, community spirit and the legal system, the film asks questions that may not have been asked back in 2010, when the crimes took place. The exclusive clip below outlines the details of the crimes, but is visually contextualized by the religious members of the community who were deeply affected. 

The film is now playing in
NYC, and opens in LA and additional select cities on 11/28. It is also available on iTunes and On Demand. Check out the exclusive clip below: 

READ MORE: Slamdance Review: Faith & Forgiveness Burn In Documentary ‘Little Hope Was Arson’ 

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