Lost Angels: Skid Row Is My Home – Movie Review
By Ron Wilkinson Mar 29, 2013.

The notable story of how Los Angeles’ skid row turned itself from a problem into a solution.
Thomas Q. Napper directed and Christine Triano wrote the narrative for this moving and inspirational story inspired by the feature film production of “The Soloist.” That narrative fiction film told the story of Nathaniel Ayers, a homeless musician with Julliard training played by Jamie Foxx with Robert Downey Jr., based on stories written by Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez.
The fact is many of the persons living on the streets are there by virtue of conscious decision. It is not that they like living there better than being rich and living on the beach in Mexico, it is that they definitely prefer living on the street to the options that life has dealt them.

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