Matthew, a young schizophrenic, finds himself out on the street when a slumlord tears down his apartment building. Soon, he finds himself in even more dire straits, when he is threatened by Little Leroy, a thug who is one of the tough denizens of the Fort Washington Shelter for Men. He reaches out to Jerry, a streetwise combat veteran, who takes Matthew under his wing as a son. The relationship between these two men grows as they attempt to conquer the numbing isolation of homelessness.
Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>
17 November 1993 (USA)
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Also Known As:
A hajléktalanok szentje
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Opening Weekend USA: $19,409,
21 November 1993
Gross USA: $134,454
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $134,454
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
Two different people said that Fort Washington Armory was in two different parts of the city. The guard at the family shelter told Matthew, "You're in the wrong place. You got to go downtown to Fort Washington." Later in the movie, at Fort Washington, Little Leroy said to Matthew, "We here at Washington Heights (where Ft. Wash. Armory is located). That's in the northern tip of the island of Manhattan, ..." Downtown is southern Manhattan. See more
This here little pill made by Mr. Johnson & Johnson. Th' God's true representative on earth. It ain't th' churches, or them synagogues, or the Pope... That jus' propaganda. It's th' pharmaceutical companies... Mr. Johnson & Johnson separatin' this black man from his pain. Yeh...
Written & Performed by Julia Fordham
Courtesy of Virgin Records America, Inc./CIRCA Records Ltd.
Published by Blue Mountain Music Ltd. (PRS) See more