Here’s how to find a ‘The Poor Tourist’.
The tour of poverty tourism is a series of travel films made by the Australian charity, The Poverty Tourists.
It is aimed at highlighting the plight of the poor, and tells the stories of people who have endured the worst of the economic crisis.
The series features some of the world’s wealthiest people, including the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, as well as people who are struggling to pay the bills, or simply cannot afford to buy food or shelter.
Here are some of our favourite highlights: ‘The Hunger Games’ star Meryl Streep in the film ‘The Rich Man’s Curse’.
She is portrayed as a woman living on a small budget and facing a crisis of her own.
She also shares stories of family members, friends and fellow film-makers who have suffered similar challenges.
‘The World Is a Very Small Place’ stars Russell Brand, who plays a young person on a $7,000-a-month diet.
He was born into a working-class family in a small town in the UK, but was kicked out of school and stuck on a strict diet.
Brand says his experiences as a working class boy led him to believe that people were better off in poverty than he was.
‘I don’t want to be in a position where I have to make decisions based on what’s going on around me,’ Brand says.
‘There’s no other way for me to look at the world, but it’s not the case.’
‘The Invisible Woman’ stars Rose McGowan, who stars in the documentary ‘The Woman Who Walked Away from Me’.
McGowan was a young woman living in a trailer park in the US when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015.
She says she was forced to live in her car with her two daughters, because she couldn’t afford to move.
‘You could not do the thing that you love to do: sit in the back of the car and drive and get to work and have a family,’ she says.
This documentary is directed by ‘The Man Who Couldnt Get Enough’.
‘The Price of Gold’ stars Julianne Moore, who portrays a young housewife living in Sydney’s inner west.
Moore says that, while her husband is a carpenter, she’s struggled to get by.
‘It’s really hard to live on $3,000 a week, and I have a child that’s two years old who is still living in her room, she says in the trailer.
‘My job is really challenging, it’s exhausting, it gets in the way of me being with my kids and my husband.’
‘Poverty Tourist: The First 50 Years’ explores the past 50 years of ‘The Great American Dream’ as seen through the eyes of ordinary Australians.
It was produced by ABC Radio’s Poverty Tourers program.
The programme features interviews with people who live in poverty in Australia.
‘People are really desperate and angry about this,’ one of the show’s producers, Michelle Maitland, says.
She has also created a documentary called ‘The Biggest Story of Our Time’, which focuses on the role of celebrities and celebrities in the economic and political crises that have shaped the global economy.
‘We are talking about the rich, the powerful, the very wealthy, who are being exploited by the government and by the corporate media,’ Maitlands says.
“They are being paid to tell us about how great we are and how bad we are, and that we should be happy, that we are great, that the rest of the people are terrible, and the poor are the worst off.”
‘The One-In-Five Project’ is a documentary series set in the United States about the economic collapse and the impact of the crisis on African-American communities.
‘Polly’ is one of many films produced by the Poverty Tourism Foundation.
The films explore the issues facing the people of America, focusing on the economic challenges faced by people in the inner cities, where there are few jobs, housing, healthcare and other basic services.
‘Rent-A-Mob’ is about the rise of the ‘rent-a’-mob phenomenon.
It tells the story of people renting out their homes and the effect on the housing market.
‘What Is Poverty?’ is a feature-length documentary about the plight in Australia of those living in extreme poverty.
It focuses on how poverty is defined and the experiences of those in extreme need.
‘Downtime’ is the story behind the documentary series ‘The Downtime’, which examines the plight that millions of Australians face each year.
‘Stigma’ is an examination of how stigma and poverty affect the lives of Australian men and women.
‘Waking Up’ is part of the series ‘Downtown’, which follows the lives and work of people living in the city’s downtown core.
‘Vanity Fair’ is focused on the struggles faced by the rich and famous in the world of fashion. ‘