Director Jennifer Dworkin spent five years filming the Hazzard family and their fitful attempts to create a stable home. She focuses primarily on Diane, a recovering crack addict, and her 18-year-old daughter Love; when Diane was in the throes of her addiction, all six of her children were placed in foster homes, and once she kicked her habit it took her six years to get her family back. As the family weathers repeated setbacks, some self-inflicted, Dworkin unobtrusively uses small moments to build an engrossing story of courage and hope most narrative films can’t match (2002). 155 min.