Coppers (feature version)

Described Video:
With his trademark probing interview style, Alan Zweig turns his lens toward the lives of retired police officers, in a hard-hitting, harrowing, and empathetic look behind the fabled "blue wall". It's a profession marked by adrenaline and chaos, but also by suicide and marital breakdown. No one leaves the job without a mark, and not everyone bounces back. Viewer discretion is advised.
Aired:
Sep 27, 2021
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