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Dean Cain is about to start working on a film about the opioid and goes on FOX NEWS to discuss.



“If we can affect the change in one person’s life, it’s worth it. It can open the eyes up of some people that teach, educate and maybe make a difference in people’s lives, then we’ve done our job"

The opioid crisis has claimed countless lives and left families shattered, but one father is shining a light on the problem, and he has a little help from actor Dean Cain.


In April 2017, Kirk Jonah lost his son, Jack Jonah to a heroine overdose. Since then, he has launched the Jack Jonah foundation to raise awareness about addiction.


“We want to get out in front of the country and young adults and educate them regarding the opioid crisis, how did a lot of people become addicts?” Kirk asked.


“The Jack Jonah Movie” stars veteran movie and TV actor Dean Cain as a police officer whose daughter died from a drug overdose. Cain hopes the film will make a positive impact, and possibly save lives.


“If we can affect the change in one person’s life, it’s worth it. It can open the eyes up of some people that teach, educate and maybe make a difference in people’s lives, then we’ve done our job,” said Cain.


The film is being called "Jack Jonah." Once it’s completed next year, the faith-based film will be shown mostly in churches across the country.


Kirk Jonah said he’s grateful for the opportunity to have his son’s story told, and to perhaps change or save even one life. For more information please visit www.JacksFilm.com.

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