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Angel and Randy Henry are a sister and brother, caught on the mean streets of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. While Angel finds the strength to escape her seemingly hopeless situation, Randy slips deeper into a world consumed by abandonment and fuelled by drugs. Written by
I've watched this movie several times since 2003. I've recommended it to several parents who have children involved with drug abuse and it's helped to give a reality check to people who think that drug usage is a joke. In the GTA of Ontario, I see a lot of drug usage. The entertainment industry and even some cultures seem to glorify such use and lead people down the wrong path, a path that's very difficult to get out of no matter how much you want out.
On The Corner touches on these issues and is portrayed in a raw, honest and pure way. I've also spoken to people who work at homeless shelters and drug outreach programs who say that they see the things portrayed in this movie everyday.
I highly recommend this movie!
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