"Maryland, USA, 2011. Empty and rotting buildings dot the landscape of North Avenue, the major street that runs East to West through Baltimore. They are remnants of the subprime mortgage crisis, some now taken over by drug dealers. Many homes are unable to find buyers, even for a few dollars. Rehabilitation programs are unable to convince the middle-class to invest these neighborhoods where the crime rate remains high. In harmony with the white of winter, only the snow and the trees see
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