Homeless and drug addiction, with the backdrop of a little romance.
This film reminds me the Al Pacino's 'The Panic in Needle Park'. The independent filmmakers Safdie brothers directed it that inspired by the real life story of Arielle Holmes, who also starred in the lead role. This is definitely a depressing film, seeing those faces, eyes, makes sick. But a very realistic film, kind of aimless plot, till the final quarter and then with a small twist, the tale comes to an end.
I have seen it and if you ask me about the story, I say its hard to describe, but it can be only watched like... read the rest.
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