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It succeeds on putting a very human face on the dire problem, but the one it's selected is hardly emblematic.
Rokah gradually exhumes the hardship of surviving the streets of Los Angeles for four decades and the associated stigma and shame that have prevented Haist from reaching out to family.
It was really interesting. The documentary's really sweet... Mimi herself is adorable and really funny to watch.
Queen Mimi is a comforting balm for the soul.
It's right that the respectful Queen Mimi lives up to its name doesn't condescend to its regal subject. Filmed over five years, it allows her to be a friendly guide through her life.
A heartwarming reminder that there but for fortune, may go you or I.
Queen Mimi sometimes becomes aimless in its attempt to make Mimi a more compelling figure than she is.
A look at women's changing role in society through the eyes of an 80-something scene stealer.
In today's documentary-everything marketplace, it's difficult to understand what inspired Rokah to bring Mimi to screens, but luckily there's just enough biographical curiosity and star power to carry the viewing experience.
Cute, sympathetic but not-exactly-deep look at homelessness on the edge of Hollywood.
A wonderful human interest story about a remarkable survivor.
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