But because the film documents rather than demonizes, the issues become clear and unclouded for everyone watching, and make this the sort of film more documentaries should aspire to be.
As the film observes the Wilsons’ activities, it doesn’t offer confrontations or even pose very hard questions. It does, however, provide images where some slippage might be seen: Jordyn’s face appearing pensive or concerned, framed by Thanksgiving decorations on a table, as she sits on the floor across from the family. “All things considered,” the expectations for her remain clear. Her future cannot.