|According to homeless people and experts alike, St. Petersburg, Florida is one of the best places to be if you're homeless. Over the course of one year, the filmmakers documented the daily existence of homeless people throughout the city.
Focusing on five individuals with varied backgrounds and circumstances, this film reveals who homeless people really are and what they do to survive.
PATRICK, an admitted alcoholic, greets everyone with a joke and a smile, even though he's frequently in trouble with local police.
GW has a Bachelor's degree in English and Philosophy and a past he can't escape from. His job search bounces from success to setback, but even that may have a silver lining.
PEG claims a Masters degree in psychology but battles with alcohol abuse and abusive relationships. The hardship she encounters becomes more than she ever imagined.
KARL, a 19 year old with bipolar disorder, struggles to get off the streets and stay on his medication. An unexpected surprise adds to the confusion.
JAIME, a young, unemployed single mother with two children, is suddenly evicted along with her mother and aunt. They spend Christmas together at a Salvation Army shelter and face many obstacles in their search for a home.
The life of a homeless person is anything but predictable. This film opens our eyes to a subculture of society that is easy to ignore but hard to forget.