US & THEM shatters misconceptions about why people end up on the streets and reveals why the "pull yourself up by the bootstraps" narrative is heavily flawed. As one such interviewee, Dawnella Gautherier, reveals, leaving the streets is not as simple as going to the neighborhood shelter. In the late 2000s, Dawnlella found herself banned from multiple shelters because of violent night terrors that she was afflicted with, caused by the death of her son. This is a film to see if you truly want to understand how people are broken and where they end up as a result.
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The goal of US & THEM is to educate as many people as possible on the realities of homelessness, and to encourage proactive solutions. The Pueblo Rescue Mission wants “people to watch the film and never look at a street person, or themselves, in the same way again.”
The film's subjects aren't "just homeless." They are not faceless apparitions wandering the streets. These people are the friends and family that we all know in our communities, who need our support. these are the people in our community right here in Pueblo.