Horns and Halos, that they are capable of taking a bizarre true story of a single human being fighting like hell against the stream of would-be "truth" and "facts" and, if not winning the battle, at least proving that caring and perseverance count for a lot, demand our respect -- and above all some imitation.
Noreen Gosch (shown above and below, at the time of her son's disappearance), who, when local police do next-to-nothing to find the boy, takes it upon herself to work tirelessly (for 30 years now) to uncover the facts in this harrowing case. [Here's a scene that did not make the TV version, showing Noreen visiting a present-day (2012) couple whose little girl had recently been kidnapped; another that you can watch from the film offers a kind of re-creation of the abduction of Johnny.]
Kickstarter campaign is finished. There are only two more days to go on this campaign, which is nearing fruition. So, please, if you have the time (and just a little moolah/dough/dinero), watch this movie now and then help the movie-makers complete their task by donating a little something to the campaign.