A man has died in the Tenderloin, a neighborhood in San Francisco where the average life expectancy is 20 years less than the city average. A local pastor, with a mission to honor the lives of those expected to be forgotten, presides over the memorial of the man in the SRO (public-housing building) he lived and died in. A community, all too familiar with their own mortality, gathers to give their neighbor one final send-off.
Directed by Brenton Gieser
Cinematography by Tony Mac
Music and Sound by Dario Slavazza
City Hope San Francisco
Community Housing Partnership