- 1h 32min
- Directed by: Fredrik Gertten
- Language: English, Spanish, German, Italian, Korean, French
- UK release: 28 February 2020
Documentary about Leilani Farha, who investigates the impact of gentrification on ordinary city dwellers. The takeaway is simple: tomorrow’s cities may not survive without actual people living in them, and the silence of those most responsible for the crisis might prompt audiences to ask a few questions of their own.
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Reviews & features
Push24 Feb 2020
An inspiring, housing-related crusade is the subject of Fredrik Gertten's well-argued documentary
The right to housing is an expansive topic, but Swedish writer-director Fredrik Gertten's globetrotting film wisely zeroes in on the one-woman crusade of personable Canadian Leilani Farha. Previously an advocate for the homeless, Farha reports to the…
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