Homeless Alcoholic – Wolf: Homeless in Native America, Documentary – Ep 1

0 Homeless Alcoholic   Wolf: Homeless in Native America, Documentary   Ep 1Episode One – Peace, Love and Violence

Just one camera, no lights and shooting on the fly, ‘Wolf: Homeless in Native America’ captures the story of a homeless alcoholic man on the streets of Los Angeles. Wolf offers a no holds barred and painfully honest account of his life. He discusses his alcohol abuse, choice to be homeless, painful upbringing, Native American traditions, time in prison, sex life, love and the regrets that have come to define him.

Duration : 0:9:57


25 Responses to “Homeless Alcoholic – Wolf: Homeless in Native America, Documentary – Ep 1”

  • zadeh79 says:

    LOL! I love …
    LOL! I love listening to this guy’s drunk rants!

  • HIR5032 says:

    great documentary.. …
    great documentary… my heart goes out to those people suffering from addiction. there’s hope when you need it.

  • Wolf Diaz says:

    Hey Brother there …
    Hey Brother there is hope. If you need to reach out and talk to someone who understands your issues let me know and I will be there for you

  • TheErock87 says:

    I’m from New Mexico …
    I’m from New Mexico and im native American.. Just turned 26 and i’m a alcoholic.. I’m trying beat this bad habit. I’ve never been arrested. But I don’t like the way i’m headed.. Sucks.

  • Wolf Diaz says:

    Hey Randy, What’s …
    Hey Randy, What’s up with you? Miss you too

  • Wolf Diaz says:

    Thanks Carolyn, I …
    Thanks Carolyn, I hope and pray things are great for you and your loved ones too. Take care. I talked to Thomas recently and we will be making a epilogue soon 

  • Wolf Diaz says:

    Thank you for your …
    Thank you for your kind words and things did get incredibly better.

  • sk8terdiva says:

    This is an amazing …
    This is an amazing documentary! My best wishes and love to Wolf . Things are tough now but I pray it gets better Wolf. Native pride all the way!

  • roas2 says:

    how does a homeless …
    how does a homeless guy afford beer? i cant afford beer D:

  • Carolyn Ware says:

    Hi glad everything …
    Hi glad everything is going great best of luck

  • Wolf Diaz says:

    Hello Carolyn, I am …
    Hello Carolyn, I am blessed and grateful. Life is beautiful. I am happy, healthy, safe, and at peace. And I hope and pray the same is for you. Thank you for asking and the well wishes

  • Carolyn Ware says:

    Hi wolf how are you …
    Hi wolf how are you hope things have got better

  • Wolf Diaz says:

    I recognize your …
    I recognize your call for love. If nobody has told you today, I’m telling you, I love you.

  • Scabzilla49 says:

    Natives like this …
    Natives like this guy annoy the crap out of me! Instead of helping to improve our Indigenous societies, they do the opposite; whether they’re aware of it or not. An some choose street gangs or alcohol/drugs, over preserving their own Tribal cultures/languages! Then they say “Native Pride!”; just shallow and hypocritical.

  • johnnypenisburg says:

    Dude mad props, you …
    Dude mad props, you are a good documentary maker, vividly capturing the hopelessness and emptiness of addiction and street life. Respect man, keep up the good work.

  • Wolf Diaz says:

    You are an angel of …
    You are an angel of mercy for your act of loving kindness. It is through the support of kindhearted people like yourself that Walk of the Warrior is able continue our mission. Thank you so very much for your kind words and contribution. I have such great respect for you knowing the endeavors you are involved with I hope and pray for your success with all your projects. many blessings to you and your loved ones. Please give Finland a big hug and a kiss for me. I sure do love and miss Finland

  • Wolf Diaz says:

    Thank you for your …
    Thank you for your kind words. Many blessings to you and your loved ones

  • spaceshipjessica says:

    I know.
    I know.

  • spaceshipjessica says:

    It’s possible I’ve …
    It’s possible I’ve even commeted Murder.
    I didn’t stick around after his brains started showing though. Just another dead Indian after a 48
    . No one looked no one cared.

  • spaceshipjessica says:

    I won’t even go …
    I won’t even go into the sickness I commented upon the cat.
    I’m just thankful that I can let it go.

  • spaceshipjessica says:

    I know.
    I know.

  • spaceshipjessica says:

    I used to take out …
    I used to take out my frustrations after a good beating on those who couldn’t defend themselves.
    God forgive me, i was sick.

  • spaceshipjessica says:

    I understand you, …
    I understand you, and I understand what you went through.
    I beat the dog one time till it it self; but if it wasn’t for my mother beating me till I myself-I wouldn’t have known it was possible.
    Life is up.

  • anne15680 says:

    Mr Diaz, I´m ever …
    Mr Diaz, I´m ever so pleased to read you are doing ok now. Watched this dokumentary over and over again – had tears in my eyes most of the time. May God fulfill all your dreams and hopes. You have really shown a true spirit of a warrior and great spiritual strenght to be able to leave the life you were living. You have earned respect of many people by doing so – even mine. Wishing you and your loved ones all the best!

  • espada241 says:

    I have such great …
    I have such great respect and admiration for native Americans, even the homeless alcoholic shows the spirit of a warrior.

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