In the oversaturated cinematic climate of 2019, sequels are semi-hated. The concept of second chapters continuing narratives and diving deeper into characters has vanished in favor of releasing uninspired, cliche follow-ups to franchises that most of the populace never cared about, to begin with. While this diatribe may seem unrelated to “Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell
,” Martin Bell
’s spiritual successor to his 1984 documentary “Streetwise
,” the film surprisingly showcases a prime formula for how a sequel should be executed.
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’: The ‘Streetwise
’ Follow-Up Is A Sobering Look At The Fallout Of Poverty & Addiction [Review] at The Playlist.