Drunk In Public is a feature length documentary directed by award winning filmmaker David J. Sperling. This final and complete film chronicled the last 18 years in the touching, gut wrenching and thought provoking life of Mark David Allen, a man arrested over 500 times. This film provides a non-judgmental objective long term look at alcoholism. The progressive nature of addiction has never been documented like this before. Insightful, somber and sometimes funny, audiences are entertained as they seem to respond to this unique presentation on an issue that affects nearly everyone. Drunk In Public is a stand alone documentary that is also ideal for rehab, treatment programs, teenagers and their families, law enforcement, police academies, universities, jails, prisons, VA hospitals, churches, schools and anyone else touched by the trauma of addiction. Since its first version, Drunk In Public has screened and collected awards in a number of festivals. This is an independently produced film with a very gritty and real impact. It will open your eyes and challenge your heart.