This article features ten films that document the housing crisis and discrimination in America, with a bonus eleventh film that includes a certain part-time blogger:
Here is one of the ten:
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Yes, I resent being called an eccentric Orange County realtor – this is San Diego!
Congradulatons on the film! It sounds like you guys put a lot of hard work into it and so it’s great to see that the film is now going to be coming out.
Wow! Unbelievable that this kind of housing discrimination still exists in the United States of America, in 2019, in the 21st century! I guess I give people too much credit to have the ability to be open minded about people other than themselves. Some minds are apparently sealed shut and not even the threat of litigation for breaking the law will compel them to behave like decent human beings. Sad!
it’s great to see that the film is now going to be coming out.
Yes it is – we spent seven full days together filming, and I was pleasantly surprised at the last showing to see that I’m in about 1/5 of the film, roughly. Originally I didn’t think there was that much.
Giorgio was very gracious to include us, because the focus of the film did change once he was able to gather so much footage on the discrimination angle.
He and I both hope there will be another film or series!