Well I liked it

I didn't think I would at first because every time you saw him he was either with a cop or some outreach worker so it was pretty obvious that he wasn't really an actual homeless person. The other thing I didn't like about it was they quote this figure that 21% of the homeless population are addicts but all of the people he talked to were either drug addicts or alcoholics. What finally got to me was towards the end when he did finally manage to lose some of his dignity and get a taste of what it's like for people who have no place to sleep at night except for some dirty doorway. Sure, he got to go back to his real life at the end of the week but I'm sure that just that one night he had to spend out there without even a sleeping bag or a blanket is something he'll remember for the rest of his life. All in a well made documentary about a growing social problem for which there doesn't seem to be any "one size fits all" fix.