Filmed and Directed by Iñigo Garrido
Produced by James Brown
Robert Bratton, a homeless person from Glasgow, takes a journey to challenge public misconceptions about the nature of both homelessness and people who are homeless. He interviews politicians and experts to find out the “official” view, but also adventures into the other side of the street to hear from those who know best about life in the street, the homeless themselves.
This film was made with a group of homeless people in Glasgow. They were introduced to interwiew techniques to be able to ask each other, politicians and experts in the field, about the reasons for becoming homeless, and if poverty and deprivation had a part to play.