I've been a fan of Norman Reedus since watching The Walking Dead, and when I heard he did a movie recently I had to see it.
Just watched the film Hello Herman and it was not what I was expecting, but pleasantly so.
The film itself touches on the thought provoking topic of humanity & cruelty as it follows two storylines, one about a young boy in high school who has had some terrible things happen to him who eventually snaps, gunning down his classmates and teachers.
The other storyline is the back story of the character witha dark past who is played by Reedus, who interviews the young boy during the days before his execution.
It really is an excellent film, everyone should watch. It'll make you rethink how you treat people, and how you think about others and what it means to be human.