Columbia, Maryland (PressExposure) May 05, 2008 -- THE FAMILY IN THE CAR, A Revelation, which the author describes as âon-timeâ, time-lines the journey of this struggle. It shows how members of a family who were all their lives sheltered, as well as privileged, now were without. âThe trauma was so unbelievable, I felt that period in my life was a dream and not actually lived,â Ejemai said. Although it was written in 2004, the author felt led to release it in 2008 and reveal the true characters in the documentary. It is impacted with trials, but ends with triumph. This documentary will not only encourage, but will inspire those who are experiencing or have experienced this trauma.
There are a number of middle class Americans living secretly homeless today. Brenda Farrar-Ejemai has taken a leap-of-faith in the writing of this documentary. With the rise in foreclosures in the United States today, this documentary is not only timely, but relevant. The face of the homeless is changing rapidly. No longer can the homeless be viewed only as the poor, criminals or mentally ill. Homelessness is involving the middle class as well.
âThis is a story that all Americans should read and see. â¦informational, educational and compelling.â Donald L. Vasicek, Producer, Olympus Films + http://www.donvasicek.com A DOCUMENTARY FOR OUR TIME