Wisconsin is the most addicted state in America. There’s no minimum drinking age. DUI offenders get a slap on the wrist – until tragedy strikes. Those who survive are branded as felons for the rest of their lives.
Church of Felons follows four recovering addicts in a rural Wisconsin church who agree to reveal hidden truths about their criminal pasts. When they speak the unspeakable, the shockwaves reverberate from their own families through the entire Polk County judicial system.
“…the path to hope is clearly lit by the makers of Church of Felons, who beg you to hear that ‘all is not lost.’” – The Amery Free Press
This film questions our perception of addiction and crime in America. With twists at the end you'll never expect, you may soon begin questioning what you believe.
This small town has a history of drug and alcohol abuse, and a justice system strictly bent on protecting victims. Now that they’ve cleaned up, it’s time to right their wrongs, and ask for a second chance. From meth manufacturing and distribution, to alcohol-fueled arson rampages, to vehicular homicide, these felons are begging for grace....
Are these felons lost to a life of condemnation? Can Wisconsin turn itself around?