Synopsis: A true story about a young hippie college girl who works with the police to target two suspected drugs dealers from the ghetto, in the biggest drug bust of the Tallahassee police department history. Rachel was a new graduate at Florida State University in 2007 with dreams becoming a chef. A small marijuana charge kept her in Tallahassee beyond her graduation which ultimately lead to her downfall in Florida capital city.
The first time I heard about the name Rachel Hoffman was on the day the police discovered her body. I was a student at Florida State University in Tallahassee, where the murder took place , and the story was so shocking to me that it sounded more like a dramatic movie than real life. This documentary shows what happened to Rachel and leaves the audience with a feeling of hope because Rachel’s Death is not in vain.
The daughter of a cinematographer, Cameron Campbell grew up on film sets in Orlando Florida during the 80s and 90s. She was on the board of directors for the Downtown Los Angeles Film Festival while working in luxury brand advertising in Hollywood, CA. Cameron is a first time film Director with Rachel’s Law. She is passionate about telling stories that shine light in the darker places of the world.