Virgil Film & Entertainment has Apr. 23 as the DVD debut date for documentary filmmaker Stephen Latham’s Shelter Me, a feel-good — true-life story — about redemption, salvation and healing (you’ll need a box of Kleenex for this one). They are mutts; strays … you see them wandering the streets looking for their next meal. It’s sad and heartbreaking. They need homes and love.
Latham follows two such dogs (narration is by Katherine Heigl) — the lucky ones — who end up in a shelter waiting to be euthanized, but are rescued by a unique program that has women in prison train and care for these sad cases so that they can find homes and eventually, with their training, help people with disabilities. It’s a win, win, win … all the way ‘round.
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