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Hey, Old Man (2011)

We all see homeless people who live off and on the streets of urban cities across the world. For those that commute to a downtown job, see the most of the seemingly, unfortunate lost souls ... See full summary »

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(as Keitj T. Alin)
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Perry Barbarino ...
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Matis Bolle
Jon Vokes
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We all see homeless people who live off and on the streets of urban cities across the world. For those that commute to a downtown job, see the most of the seemingly, unfortunate lost souls wandering the sidewalks. Seemingly' because one may not know what they judge. Yesmo Grenade is an old vagrant on the concrete slabs of Cleveland, Ohio's industrial backdrop. A character study that starts off on Yesmo's daily procedures of survival. Digging into trash cans for food and asking white collars for smokes. As the examination continues we transgress into a dense spiritual realm orchestrated by Yesmo. Performing ceremonial rites and absorbing unsuspecting passerby's life energy, a psychic vampire becomes revealed in this surreal, voyeuristic, laugh out loud, socio-political commentary, packing a cerebral punch. Written by Anonymous

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