A motivating and award-winning documentary about the redemptive power of running and the camaraderie of an unlikely group of individuals from LA's Skid Row who receive a second chance at life, all brought on by a simple act of kindness.
Follow the story of High Court Judge, Craig Mitchell, as he leads a long-distance running club out of the Midnight Mission on Skid Row. The running raises the spirits of Skid Row's inhabitants and gives a sense of purpose to a group of people who are homeless, addicted or coming out of the prison system.
As the judge says in the film "One horrendous act does not define a person in his entirety" and so the film highlights the transformation of homeless and often helpless individuals into sober, rounded and functioning members of society.
Sheila Hancock is at her sublime best as Edie, an elderly woman who decides to fulfil a long-held dream of climbing a Scottish mountain.
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