N.F.A. (No Fixed Abode) Review

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Happily married family Adam (Baladi) falls asleep in his home but wakes up in a homeless shelter. But how did he get there? And does a friendly care worker hold the key to escaping his predicament?


Infinitely laudable in its bid to convey the distress associated with homelessness, this too frequently marginalises pressing social issues by presenting mentally vulnerable Patrick Baladi’s struggle to understand his plight as a Kafkaesque thriller. Sincere, but often maladroit.

Well-intentioned but clunky.