Richard Roeper reviews the documentary ‘Cooked: Survival by Zip Code’ that examines Chicago’s deadly heatwave in 1995 that killed 739.

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‘Cooked: Survival By Zipcode’ revisits the Chicago heatwave of 1995. (photo courtesy of Kartemquin Films)

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Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times film critic, and regular contributor to The Roe Conn Show joins us to review ‘Cooked: Survival by Zip Code’ a new documentary that examines the July 1995 Chicago heatwave, which killed 739 people.

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