While driving down a back alley in Vancouver, contract lawyer Stephanie, distracted by reading some case materials for an imminent meeting, runs over a young seeming vagrant. Seeing that he is alive and mobile and that there are no other witnesses, Stephanie drives off without making sure that he is not injured, but not before they lock eyes with each other. Stephanie later sees the man, he a busker in a small combo in the same neighborhood as her office building. Her initial thoughts in seeing him are to ensure that she assumes no liability for the accident in he suing her, and then to throw money at him in the form of gifts to ease her guilty feeling, those gifts as she can see that he is indeed homeless. She is surprised that the man, Mike, wants nothing from her and seems to harbor no ill will toward her. Mike's attitude and homeless situation is largely to exist on his own terms, and thus not be beholden to anyone, despite his homelessness leading to health problems. Living on ...
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Stephanie's office address as listed outside the main entrance to the building is 134 Abbott St. On the company letterhead, the address is listed as 1330 Abbott St. See more
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King Of Scotland
Written by Geoffrey Kelly
(as G. Kelly), John Mann
(as J. Mann), Vince Ditrich (as V. Ditrich), Hugh McMillan
(as H. Mcmillan)
Performed by Spirit of the West See more