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Time Out says
What starts out as a distinctive video diary, with the director tracing many of the '100 doors' she slept behind as one of the 'hidden homeless' after leaving her dysfunctional family at the age of 12, builds steadily into a cogent, wide-ranging essay on the need for roots and the battle against loneliness. It is also a humorous, spirited defence of youthful independence. Talking to many of those who helped and sheltered her over the years, she reflects on lessons learnt, changes made and, behind a likeable enquiry into the person she once was, offers a discreet rebuke to a social order that often ignores the most vulnerable.