Harsh Reality Of Homelessness In NYC – “Homeless” a Social Impact Film

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“Homeless” is a short film that raises awareness about the increasing problem of homelessness in America. Steve is a homeless man down-on-his-luck, who, while looking for a job, comes across a friendly shop owner and an aspiring nurse who try to help. Inspired by real-life events, this short film highlights the struggles of homeless people and the urgent need for effective support and intervention programs. Filmed in the backdrop of New York City.

Directed by Luciana Faulhaber. Featuring actors Javier E. Gomez, Luciana Faulhaber, Jason Nguyen-Valentin, Juan Villareal, Jules Rico, Tony D’Anzica, and Rustam Salikhov. Cinematographer: Michelle McCabe. Sound Design: Jonah Blaser. Featuring songs by Roger O. Maldonado and Silverio Pérez.

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