A documentary that time-lines the struggles of a family living on the streets of New York City.
Relevant timely with the foreclosure epidemic in the United States today.
The face of the homeless is changing rapidly. No longer can the homeless be viewed only as poor, criminals, or mentally ill. Homelessness can involve the middle class as well.
"This is a story that all Americams should read and see. ...informationmal, educational, and compelling." Donald L. Vasicek, Producer, Olympus Films+
A DOCUMENTARY FOR OUR TIME
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The Family In The Car, A Revelation
Relevant and timely with the foreclosure epidemic in the United States. This documentary describes a middle class family struggling to dig out of the depths of despair.
We moved back north after living in the south for six months. We didn't have much family and the family we had wasn't willing to take us in. Moving back brought more stress than we had every imagined.
My mother did everything she could to keep us together.
We ended up living with several families before we found ourselves
IN THE CAR.