‘Sasquatch’ Is A Compelling Dive Into The Emerald Triangle [Review]

‘Sasquatch’ Is A Compelling Dive Into The Emerald Triangle [Review]
Despite its playfully elusive subject, and a title that is somewhat of a misnomer, Joshua Rofe’s newest docuseries, Hulu’s “Sasquatch,” produced by the Duplass Brothers, uses the titular monster mainly as an inroad to explore the monstrosity of race relations in California’s so-called Emerald Triangle. Misleading, and somewhat scattered in how it brings a number of disparate narrative threads together, Rofe’s series is nevertheless an unsettling and compelling dive into both the sub-culture of “Squatch Hunters,” as well as the intersection of illegal pot growers and the migrant labor that they employ.

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