THE WAY HOME – A Review by John Strange

THE WAY HOME – A Review by John Strange

The Way Home is a documentary series done in 14-minute episodes that explores how California is dealing with its homeless population.  The series looks at different cities in each episode and details what steps each is taking to correct the situation they find so many of their citizens are in.

What I liked about the episodes is the way they help us get to know some of the people involved on both side of the coin, those needing homes and those seeking to help them.  These stories have an excellent pace and flow.

The directors (Camille Servan-Schreiber and Don Hardy) have done an exceptionally good job on this series.  I will be following The Way Home on Amazon Prime Video.


Directed by: Camille Servan-Schreiber & Don Hardy

MPAA Rating: NR

Selig Rating: 5 Stars

Runtime: 56 Min. (4 – 14-minute episodes)

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Type: Short Form Documentary Series

Release Date: December 4 on iTunes, Amazon, & Google Play


The Selig Rating Scale:

5 Stars – Excellent movie, well worth the price.

4 Stars – Good movie

3 Stars – OK movie

2 Stars – No need to rush. Save it for a rainy day.

1 Star – Good that I saw it on the big screen but wish I hadn’t paid for it.

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