The cross street is Baxter/Alvarado in Los angeles @waze
About the Documentary
From Brandon Walter (co-director of "Gone Doggy Gone"). Meet Ray Dell Tubbs, homeless for seven years and living on the streets of Venice Beach, California. He's got stories and insights to bestow about God, drugs, sex and man's right in his pursuit of happiness. But the street life isn't for him anymore. He wants to make a change, and move back to his hometown of Houston, Texas where he can live under one roof and pay his taxes. Follow Ray through the streets of LA as he gathers welfare, a bus ticket home, some courage, and a new lease on life. 100% OF ALL PROCEEDS TO BE DONATED TO THE PATH HOMELESS SHELTER.
A well done portrait of a fringe loser, a real soul surviving. The film paints a harsh, objective, and unfiltered look at the modern'reality TV' Americana we live in but ignore.
— Mark Pellington (dir. Arlington Road, The Mothman Prophecies)
"It's wrenching, funny, and scary. Ray Dell almost doesn't stand a chance."
— Loudon Wainwright III (musician/actor)