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Remarkable. Sympathetic but not patronizing. I would like a follow-up to see how these individuals are getting along in life.
very raw and immersive. unfortunately, marc (director) didn't stay in touch with most of the film's subjects but there's an interview where he said that those boys (brian and the other one) went to alaska to work as fishermen. that's almost unbelievable, going from homeless to functioning member of society, and during the film I often thought to myself how their lives are as good as over but it seems that they found light at the end of the tunnel (pun intended).
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This movie ranks #115 in Sight & Sound's The Greatest Documentaries of All Time
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