Streets of Plenty
An unprecedented look at the underworld of the city of Vancouver, on the east side of the ghetto. This 65-minute documentary following a 30-day experiment join the thousands of homeless, sick and addicted, who survive on the streets of Vancouver December cold and wet.
Start with nothing but a pair of underpants. Where it ends is a place he never knew existed, although it is a place that went through every day.
No money, no friends, no family, and most importantly, homeless. You must navigate the institutions, policies and services along with the thousands of callers to his home in Vancouver streets.
This is the perfect film for anyone who wants to learn first hand about life on the streets of Vancouver, but do not want to risk murder of gang violence, contracting a deadly disease or chronic, or addiction Lifetime crack or heroin. Official Selection 2009 Queens International Film Festival and Official Selection 2010 Oxford Film Festival.
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