Gramercy Stories

Runtime : 52 mins

Genre : Documentary

Plot : An inspiring look inside a unique residence in Manhattan that is providing a safe home for 25 gay and transgender teenagers for have experienced violence at home and on the streets. Told from their candid, often witty perspective, the film follows these courageous kids as they strive to remake their lives.

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