Not for Rent!

Not for Rent!

Not for Rent! is a movie starring Stephen Bahr, Anna Brower, and Brian S. King. Directed by Matt Duhamel, an ex-inmate himself, the film opens eyes to the millions of people who live with a felony record in America while combating...

Running Time
1 hours 6 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Matt Duhamel
Molly Prince, Brian S. King, Stephen Bahr, Anna Brower
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Not for Rent!» (14)

Keith avatar

The documentary film, NOT FOR RENT! takes a look at the challenges ex-felons face everyday as they attempt to find appropriate housing and to reintegrate back into society. It addresses communities "not in our town" mentality while educating the lay person on American's recidivism crisis and the prison revolving door. Directed by Matt Duhamel, an ex-inmate himself, the film will open eyes to the millions of men and women who combat housing restrictions while attempting to move on from a past that the community does not want them to forget. The feature length film, due out spring, 2017, begs the question, "Who deserves a second chance?"

Cheryl Hamilton avatar
Cheryl Hamilton

great evening entertainment.

Linda M. avatar
Linda M.

It was a pleasure to see Stephen Bahr join the show. All actors were impressive as well, but he was very effective throughout the movie.

Timothy Reyes avatar
Timothy Reyes

good story line I really enjoyed

Gary avatar

looooooved this movie

George avatar

I was not expecting to like it at all and was thoroughly surprised that I enjoyed it so much.

Lawrence W. avatar
Lawrence W.

Excellent movie. It made my day after being bedbound recovering from a cold.

Lauren K. avatar
Lauren K.

It's a great movie I give it 10 out of 10

Ann avatar

This was just what I needed to finish out the day. Funny, scary, and somehow a feel-good movie. Take the time to watch this, especially if you have had a bad day.

Mark avatar

This is one rocking movie and Stephen Bahr once again proves why he's the best man for the job.