There was an excellent documentary about families with children who are homeless and living in hotels in Orange County, right around the corner from Disneyland. A large part of filming was done in their school. It brings up a lot of mixed feelings, especially since I've taught a lot of kids in those kind of situations. Some of the kids and families had such a strong spirit, and you know they are going to make it. Others, you really had to work to picture a good future for them. Two heartbreaking parts (out of many): 1. When the filmmaker asks the kids (grades 2,3,4) what they have to look forward to in life, many said, "Nothing." 2. At the end, the filmmakers revealed that, due to budget cuts, the children's teacher was being let go. You could tell the whole time how much she cared about them. Anyone else see this?