This week on The Fix, we’ve got the latest from the world of charity: When you are on the donor list, you can expect to see lots of donations from people who are struggling with the disease, like homeless people, people living with HIV/AIDS, people with cancer and a host of other people with a variety of illnesses.
This week, we’re talking about a movie that stars a homeless woman and a former porn star.
It’s called Sweet Charity Movie and the movie stars a man named Chris Gant, who’s trying to raise money for a cancer patient with HIV.
It was produced by the American Cancer Society, which is one of the largest donors to the organization.
So what is a homeless person, HIV-positive person, cancer patient and cancer survivor?
Well, they’re all people who live with a chronic disease, and there’s not a lot you can do about it.
So if you live in the homeless shelter, you’re pretty much a zombie, you know, for lack of a better word.
They’re a group of people who have not been treated for their disease, who don’t have any options.
They have nowhere to go and they don’t know where to turn.
So that’s what the movie is trying to address.
It takes a look at the different types of people living in homelessness, the people who go through that, and then it focuses on people who need help and the things that they need to do to survive.
In the movie, Chris Gamp is a former sex worker, so he’s trying very hard to help the people in the shelter, and he’s really not giving the same help to the people that he used to do, because he was a sex worker.
He’s not working on a regular basis anymore, he’s gone into rehab and he hasn’t had sex in three years.
So he’s struggling with his disease, the symptoms of HIV.
And that’s one of his struggles.
So the way that Chris and his partner do things is that they start by making sure that he’s getting a little bit of money for his treatment, and so they start to get some money.
They start with some things like clothing, like a T-shirt, and some clothing that’s going to go with his medication.
Then, Chris goes to the clinic, gets tested and finds out that he has HIV.
He gets his prescription from a friend who works at a shelter, so that’s when they start getting some money for him to pay for his medication and the clothing and the T-shirts.
And then, Chris gets into the community and goes through his own journey, where he’s living in a hotel room, doing what he can to help people, helping others.
So it’s kind of a two-hour movie.
And it’s not as hard to watch as it is to watch a lot, but I can’t say that it’s a good movie for everybody.
And when you see a lot about the struggles that these people are facing, you feel like you’re watching a movie for people like me, who are trying to help others, not just for ourselves, but also for the rest of us.
It is a pretty uplifting movie.
What’s the story behind Sweet Charity?
I had heard that Chris Gantz, who plays the film’s lead, is a gay man.
I thought that would be great.
So I went to a meeting with Chris and he told me that he was gay and I was just blown away by that.
Chris had been through a lot with his HIV and it was just such a hard time.
And he was trying to figure out how to support himself financially, how to keep going to therapy, and how to find his way to a life that was not as bleak.
So then I realized that he had a story about how he got his start in the industry, and what it was like working for a porn company, and I thought, oh my gosh, this guy really does have a story, because that’s where his story came from.
I didn’t know if I wanted to be in this movie.
I wanted people to like this movie, and it just seemed like such a good idea.
What kind of advice can you give people who want to donate?
You don’t need to go to the movies to give money to a cause, but just do something that’s not something you would normally donate.
You can make a movie with a story.
So for people who know the story of someone like Chris Gatto, I think that it will be a great film for them, and they will see the light at the end of the tunnel.
I can imagine it being very uplifting.
If you have any questions about the movie or about the film itself, you should contact Chris Gante.
He is on Twitter @chrisgant and on Facebook. The