PBS NewsHour

Life on the margins, through the eyes of children

Clip: 10/12/2017 | 6m 17s

“The Florida Project” is the story of a young mother struggling to pay rent while living in a rundown motel, told through the eyes of her daughter, a rebellious little girl who roams Orlando, engaging in shenanigans with her friends. Jeffrey Brown sits down with filmmaker Sean Baker to discuss how his new movie features characters and real-life struggles not often depicted in cinema.

Aired: 10/12/17

Rating: NR

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