In just a few days, a large portion of the world will focus its attention to the city of Vancouver and the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. And while the city of Vancouver has been the benefactor of much praise over the years as a city of culture and beauty, an increasingly large problem has been the homeless population and the rampant drug use among this demographic. Streets of Plenty takes a thorough look into the average life of a homeless person in Vancouver’s downtown eastside. The month-long social experiment is an authentic perspective ranging from the use of hardcore drugs to the violence and social issues that plague this pocket of Vancouver. Below is the full 65 minute documentary broken down into 7 parts.