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Not for Rent! (2017)

Unrated | | Documentary | 5 April 2017 (USA)
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Directed by Matt Duhamel, an ex-inmate himself, the film opens eyes to the millions of people who live with a felony record in America while combating housing restrictions.

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Matt Duhamel
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Credited cast:
Stephen Bahr Stephen Bahr ... Himself
Anna Brower Anna Brower ... Herself
Brian S. King Brian S. King ... Himself
Molly Prince Molly Prince ... Herself
Terry Thompson Terry Thompson ... Himself
Kipling Williams Kipling Williams ... Himself
Monica Williams Monica Williams ... Herself
Tom B. Wood Tom B. Wood ... Himself
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The documentary film, NOT FOR RENT! takes a look at the challenges ex-felons face everyday as they attempt to find appropriate housing and to reintegrate back into society. It addresses communities "not in our town" mentality while educating the lay person on American's recidivism crisis and the prison revolving door. Directed by Matt Duhamel, an ex-inmate himself, the film will open eyes to the millions of men and women who combat housing restrictions while attempting to move on from a past that the community does not want them to forget. The feature length film, due out spring, 2017, begs the question, "Who deserves a second chance?" Written by Matt Duhamel

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Everyone deserves a place to live.

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Documentary

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Unrated
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USA

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English

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5 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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$5,000 (estimated)
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Metamora Films See more »
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(director's cut)

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Color (HD)
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where are USAID??? or a very bad written review.
12 May 2019 | by ops-52535See all my reviews

Its a film about the fear of having a criminal, aka sex offender,or in ths case all crimes,as minor offences, as neighbour or tenant. its biased, but tells the story from the wounded part.

my first thought on this not feature lenght docu is how cruel the common u.s. citizen are on other cruel persons, even though the cruel activity were commited ages ago, and how little differenciating that excists in the specific ''good landlord''-project. its a shame . i do have prejudicetic thoughts on having criminals as neighbours( i already have one), but for gods sake let them have a roof over their head.

im getting gobsmacked by all the documentaries that comes from great makers, that reflects problems that are at norwegian standards so unheard of, if not to say idiotic to use that term, but as they all show, its all darn serious business. howcome did the U.S.A , the land of the free, become so exclusive and allienated?

the state of utah has some clever senators that dares to stand up for their fellow crooked citizens, and i will be the first to donate my family tent, to give a dry hive for them to survive in the wilderness.and here comes also the quote, where are the USAID? they shouldve set up refugee camps!!!because they are really refugees in their own country

justice or injustice, the grumpy old man have lost every wish of traveling to the usa, in fear of trotting onto somebodys lawn or the kind ,and risk to become a felloon . its yet another beware poster on how not to behave inbetween humans.


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