A new documentary shinning a light on the nation's current opioid abuse epidemic is focusing on a quiet Cape Cod town to demonstrate it's not only major cities dealing with this crisis. 

Heroin: Cape Cod, USA, directed by Academy Award winner Steven Okazaki, follows the lives of eight heroin addicts in their 20's living in "idyllic Cape Cod" Falmouth.

According to broadwayworld.com, the individuals spotlighted in the film talk candidly about their experiences of drug use and their lives on the Cape.  In 2014, Massachusetts had more than 1,250 deaths from heroin overdose; today, 85% of the crimes on Cape Cod are opiate-related.  The 76-minute film will premier nationally on HBO December 28 at 9 p.m.