Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Apr 17, 2010
When most folks think of a homeless person, they picture a man with a sign panhandling off an exit ramp. Ive often heard people who were never homeless themselves talk about what a lucrative job that must be. (Please note: panhandling is not a good career move). Besides the humiliation, its very dangerous, and the perks are not all that great. People call you names, spit on you, and throw stuff.
Meet Marco & Cherese. They are living in a small RV and their primary income is panhandling. Cherese was the victim of a hit-and-run on an exit ramp, suffering a broken collar bone and a broken arm. Since she doesnt have health insurance, the hospital just let her go, assuring her that the breaks will heal on their own.
Marco & Cherese are just like you and me. Theyve made a few mistakes in life (who hasnt?), theyre extremely faithful, and they are good people just trying to survive the nightmare of homelessness.