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HOMELESS, DISENFRANCHIZED, POOR, INDIGENT, UNHOUSED SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Many of the unhoused are not used to cooking their own meals, and are used to institutions, such as schools, the military or churches cooking and planning their meals, which tend to be inferior to home cooked meals, which they almost may have rarely experienced from being in the dual earning families where one parent works at night and the other tends to work during the day and both are too exhausted from work to do almost any work around the house, and/or supervise the children, so both parents may bring fast food home and/or have addiction issues do to exhaustion, the desire to conform to social pressures, false advertising of dangerous products and cures, and the need to self-medicate to work on a job when in pain mostly due to exhaustion and/or huge debt. Being Flynn (2012) is about the competition between homeless father/author and son author! The movies Trading Places (1983), Changing Lanes (2002), Bulworth (1998)(co-produced by Frank Capra, Jr.), The Fisher King (1991), House of Sand and Fog (2003), The Motorcycle Diaries (2004), August Rush (2007), Lady for a Day (1933)(an old movie by Director, Producer, Screenwriter Frank Capra, who specializes on this theme) and I Am Sam (2001) have a reverse of fortune theme, some humble protagonists, some mention of the homeless, or a homeless character. The Soloist (2009), Management (2009), The Pursuit of Happyness (2006), The Family That Preys (2008) and Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (2008) have sensitive portrayals of the unhoused. The Family That Preys unhoused character is mysterious with a mysterious relationship with the main character that is revealed to be very important in an implied way. DOCUMENTRIES ARE: Children Underground (2001), Homeless in America (2004), Homeless '99 (1999), AND Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story (2003)(TV); Scarecrow (1973), Dark Days (2000) documentary about people who live in railroad tunnels in New York