Dogtown Redemption was featured in SF Gate's article Mill Valley's feast of film:
"Documentarians Amir Soltani and Chihiro Wimbush put their lens on downtrodden but hardworking street people in West Oakland who eke out an existence by collecting tin cans, plastic and other recyclables for cash. Gaining remarkable access to those who live in the shadows, the filmmakers show us the humanity of these forgotten folks and get them to open up. The film doesn’t sugarcoat the recyclers’ problems, and also provides the point of view of neighbors who don’t appreciate their presence, but this is a film that wears its considerable heart on its sleeve. 1:45 p.m., Oct. 10, Rafael; 5 p.m., Oct. 15, Lark; 92 minutes, United States."
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