“A Bridge Life” is an engrossing film that takes you to unexpected places.” – Gregg Goldstein, freelance journalist, The Hollywood Reporter

“Shakes you to the core,” – Jason Whyte, eFilmCritic.com

“What’s most exciting is that it’s not just the usual feel good story, but one filled with real, three-dimensional characters and real-life endings.” – Lew Harris, Managing Editor, The Wrap

In a world of ever increasing natural disasters, A Bridge Life: Finding Our Way Home is an inspiring documentary following Dan Sheffer, a Good Samaritan, who rescues seven evacuees from the Houston Astrodome in the wake of Huricane Katrina and brings them to Florida to help them get back on thier feet, with a fresh start, a “bridge life” that will lead them to a more permanent place. Only little does Dan realize he gets more than he bargained for when one of the survivors isn’t who they say they are.

Product Details

• Format: Color, DVD, Widescreen, NTSC
• Language: English
• Region: Region 1
• Number of discs: 1
• Rated: NR (Not Rated)
• DVD Release Date: October 26, 2010
• Run Time: 57 minutes

– Evacuee Interviews
– Interview with Michael Brown, former head of FEMA.
– Deleted Scenes with Director’s Commentary
– Theatrical Trailer
– Full Prison Interview with Evacuee

More press quotes

“The film is moving and at times heartbreaking, but at the center of A Bridge Life is the idea that what binds us together is ultimately our need for communion and community.” – Andrea Kay, Pulse Magazine

“But unlike a lot of its predecessors, A Bridge Life, directed by Josh Grossberg, is less concerned with making a political statement than it is with simply telling the story of a [Good Samaritan] who extended a hand to make a difference in the lives of a few,”  – Erica Landau, Broward Palm Beach New Times.

“Josh Grossberg brilliantly tells the story of a Good Samaritan who volunteers to bring back ten families from the Astrodome to South Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. . . This film makes the watcher think. It also tells this story in a brand new way, keeping it interesting by not only offering interesting commentary by the families and those who helped, but also by interspersing historic footage of the Astrodome.” – Rachel Galvin, Independent Streak


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