A Place to Live: The Story of Triangle Square| 1hr : 20mins
Director: Carolyn Coal | Producer: Cynthia Childs
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: United States
"A Place to Live" follows the journey of seven individuals as they attempt to secure a home in Triangle Square, the nation's first affordable housing facility for LGBT seniors. Since demand far exceeded the number of available units, a lottery system was established to select who would live in the complex. Not everyone will be chosen. "A Place to Live" is both a moving portrait of gay and lesbian seniors on the fringe of our community and the triumph of the opening of this historic building.
A Place to Live: The Story of Triangle Square | 1hr : 20mins
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