Press materials for the film highlight possible parallels between our (woefully inadequate) neighbor in Michigan:
Detroit is a picture of the future of American industrial cities in a post-industrial age: One foot in a prosperous past, with an uncertain next act, struggling to survive in a changing economy.
Detroit sees 30 structural fires each day, a very high number compared to other major U.S. cities, making for a unique case study. The film promises an in-depth look into a facet of life that many are fortunate enough to never experience.
Tickets, which cost $20, are available via Brown Paper Tickets. Dig the theatrical trailer below: