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Seven homeless people share their views on life, art and beauty, as well as their fears and dreams, at a New York City soup kitchen. We are reminded that all people, regardless of how poor or mentally ill, have humanity, and it is this humanity that allows one to see the poetry that surrounds us all, despite the desperation of one's own circumstance.

Subjects: Social Work, Public Policy, Mental Illness, Psychology, Psychiatry, Social Justice


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Additional Film Info:

Distributor: Juno Films
Directors: Jedd & Todd Wider
Director of Photography: Gerardo Puglia
Length: 21 mins.
Genre: Documentary
Type: Color
Year: 2017
Language: English
Closed Captioned