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Many scenes were perfect depiction of what the Homeless deal with
This movie should be shown to every employee or every ORG, Church, and group that works with the Homeless in hopes that they learn from the character George's point of view exposing the hell and mental beating that they have put him through while he was fighting a personal battle hoping to recover from his Homeless situation. What was happening to George happens all across America to the many Homeless as well as those struggling to keep from becoming Homeless on a daily basis. The one thing that was not shown in the movie was any interaction that George may have had with any Law Enforcement and show how they treated him.
Thank You for making this movie as everyone needs to learn that #HomelessLivesMatter !
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