Like the mother who gave birth to her at 17, Jacinta struggles with addiction. Perhaps it’s no accident that they wind up doing time together. Given extraordinarily intimate access over a period of three-and-a-half years, filmmaker Jessica Earnshaw turns her unblinking camera on Jacinta, her mother, her father, her brothers, her grandparents and the daughter she gave birth to at 16 — revealing deep codependency and multiple layers of trauma. This film poses the vexing question: Can the patterns of addiction and prison, rehab, relapse and perpetual disappointment — handed down from one generation to the next — be broken? These are chaotic lives where unconditional love is frequently rendered but is of limited utility to heal.