Without a Home

Without a Home

Homelessness is a problem across the country and the world. People often disregard them and treat them as if they are garbage. I speak to homeless people so I can understand homelessness more, and so others can too to spark a change in the government so homeless people can be taken care of as they should.

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  1. Ray Ippolito says:

    AAAAAAAMAZING…. What we need now, more than ever, is incredibly passionate and talented young film makers.. INCREDIBLE work.. SOOOOO very impressed.

  2. Bob says:

    Great job

  3. Alice hill says:

    Absolutely motivational, educational, inspiring, and a covert winner. Use of technology A vocabulary college level. Hope network picks this up. Good luck

  4. Sue baylyn says:

    That was so heartfelt thank you

  5. Sue baylyn says:

    That was so heartfelt
    Thank you

  6. Roxane Bledsoe says:

    Thank you Marli. Awesome video

  7. Keith Berger says:

    I have a close family member who experienced years of homelessness, so this video touched my heart. May all our hearts open to those whose hearts are wounded.

  8. Gena says:

    What a powerful message! This is the heart of God and your daughter sees it, to love one another unconditionally. She definitely gets my vote.

  9. Rev. Michael Berger says:

    Well done.

  10. Mike says:

    This is an excellent short video that encourages us to understand and empathize with homelessness. With the virus, the resulting economic recession, and no leadership from the national or state (in Florida) levels, many of us can imagine ourselves as homeless with the help of a video like this one.

    While this is a great introduction to the issue, we need media that takes the next step to show us the social and economic causes of homelessness, so we are less likely to blame the victims, the homeless themselves. That is a more important, more difficult and potentially controversial task, since there are plenty of people out there politically and emotionally invested in blaming the victims and denying reality.

  11. Sharon says:

    This film and Hope South Florida is a huge blessing showing love to all the needy.

  12. Lebeaupin says:

    Incroyable 🥺

  13. Sylvia says:

    Wow, this video really touched me. It’s great to see such a compassionate young person

  14. Frederick Mendonca says:

    I’m so glad you made this video. It helps us realize that we are all human beings, equals, all happen to be passing through this life at the same period in time. Offer help, volunteer, donate, do whatever you can to help their suffering. There is an old saying “There, but for the Grace of God, go I”.

  15. Wow, that is a critical topic worthy of more effort on the part of journalists – what a shame they do not. I remember when NPR said that the fastest-growing portion of the homeless was MOTHERS, not just women. Then stunned to find the HUGE number of veterans. That really says something about us as a society when Moms and those entrusted with our nation’s defense cannot get the services and support once they leave the services. Nice shots, music, and narration. Excellent use of slow-mo for longer looks at good images. I really liked the message overall as well.

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