Synopsis by Tracie Cooper
Directed by Mary Dinh, Morning Glory chronicles the life of William, a depressed street poet with a tragic past, and his friendship with Karinna, a feisty runaway. Despite the inherent problems of street life, Karinna is drawn in by the familial bond between her fellow homeless. It's through Karinna that William finds the insight and strength to rise above his own insecurities and live without the all-encompassing fear he has become accustomed to living with.
AIDS, friendship, poet, runaway [from home], street-culture