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Why Poverty: Ontario Short Documentaries

Vac Verikaitis catalogs his own personal descent from globe trotting television producer to another face in the line up for a meal at a Toronto shelter. Today, alone and living on disability Vac is wracked by a depression so severe that getting out of bed is a daily battle. This is an intimate and painful effort to share his own story and perhaps connect audiences to the reality of a life in poverty.
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Jul 05, 2015
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