At one point we see that some people in the tunnels

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feel comfortable around Singer, as seen when Ralph offers a donut to him. At one point we see that some people in the tunnels own dogs which is very concerning. These people who are struggling to have a meal the next day are at the same time taking care of dogs. This is shown when we see how Tommy not only has one, but four of them. However, it is also a good idea to have some other animal like a cat scare off the rats since they can carry diseases. The sound of trains passing by is always present, as well as the risk of one of them accidentally being struck by one. The darkness gains a main role in the film since it shows the isolated community of homeless people coexisting in their day to day. Singer mentions how there is no racial segregation in the tunnels; people stick with others who had a similar past or drug experience. One interesting aspect about the film is that it was not colored, and rather was in black and white. This effect made the movie focus on the people and how they lived since it is one of the main
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Juliao 3 things we can see under the darkness of the tunnels. One of the most important lessons that I got out of watching the film is to enjoy the little things in life, since the situation could be worse at any moment and we must take advantage of what we got. This was shown throughout the entire film by the people either trying to look for something to sell or eat. While watching the film the viewer mixes into the people’s daily life and struggles, which makes it engaging to watch. The film itself was eye opening since being
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  • Fall '19
  • Personal life, Homelessness in the United States, Ralph, Marc Singer

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