“Carts of Darkness” is an interesting documentary of a few Homeless Canadians


I didn’t really know that racing carts is a thing like this. But you see them talking about the best kinds of carts that both carry recycled bottles and also race fast down hills too. Some carts are more ideal than others. On a good day they can make $20 in bottles. On holidays, like Canada Day, they can make even more.

Here are some still images from the documentary: bandicam 2015-07-01 17-38-37-491  bandicam 2015-07-01 17-43-32-031 bandicam 2015-07-01 17-48-37-103 bandicam 2015-07-01 17-38-33-619 bandicam 2015-07-01 17-38-21-257 bandicam 2015-07-01 16-56-24-807 bandicam 2015-07-01 16-55-59-672 bandicam 2015-07-01 16-52-22-376 bandicam 2015-07-01 16-52-25-604 bandicam 2015-07-01 16-52-42-424 bandicam 2015-07-01 16-52-51-705 bandicam 2015-07-01 18-21-54-781  bandicam 2015-07-01 18-19-33-990bandicam 2015-07-01 18-20-34-715bandicam 2015-07-01 18-20-43-337bandicam 2015-07-01 18-20-49-551  bandicam 2015-07-01 18-15-36-738 bandicam 2015-07-01 18-16-17-186 bandicam 2015-07-01 18-17-22-745  bandicam 2015-07-01 18-15-32-993 bandicam 2015-07-01 18-15-04-466 bandicam 2015-07-01 18-01-21-313 bandicam 2015-07-01 17-56-07-012 bandicam 2015-07-01 17-49-32-341 bandicam 2015-07-01 17-49-41-368

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