As the audience, we travel with the homeless man on this short journey, witnessing the affect a small gesture can have on a person in need. He finds great pleasure in offering what little he has to others, and with these good deeds he finds that karma (or whatever one should choose to call it) remembers these actions. Wright weaves an intertwining story of multiple fates, giving us only glimpses of the lives involved, but these glimpses are all we need to feel the heart put into creating this film.
Is he asking for Change, or is he asking for CHANGE?
Follow a man as he affects multiple peoples' lives with just one dollar, proving that it doesn't take much to be the change in someone's life.
Written and directed by Sharon Wright
Winner - Best Short Film - Maryville Film Festival
Winner - Audience Choice Award - Gateway Film Festival
Winner - Audience Choice Award - Moonlight Film Festival
Nominated - Best Female Filmmaker Award - Action On Film Intl Film Festival
Nominated - Sirrocco Award - Action On Film Intl Film Festival
Nominated - Best Silent Film - BareBones Intl Film Festival
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