Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 38 min.
Dr. Samuel B. Ross Jr. founded Green Chimneys, a residential treatment center for at-risk juveniles, in 1947. A 160-acre farm near Brewster, New York, Green Chimneys helps both abused and neglected farm animals and the adolescents and teens (many refugees from the foster-care system or conventional therapy programs) who take care of them. Filmmakers Constance Marks and Bob Eisenhardt follow three boys through three years in the program in this intimate documentary.
Director: Constance Marks