Compassion, Michigan


Encompassing some 130 years in Ironwood's history, Compassion, Michigan illuminates characters struggling to adapt to their circumstances starting in the present day, with its subsequent stories rolling back in time to when Ironwood was first founded.  What does it mean to live in a small town - so laden with its glory day reminiscences - against the stark economic realities of today?  Doesn't history matter anymore?  Could we still have compassion for others who don't share our views?