A San Francisco Story

Nail House is a film created from ground up about a community recycling center and native plant nursery that is evicted after a long political battle.  It features the people of San Francisco and the city itself as its main characters and chronicles the heated battle over 2/3 of an acre of land in Golden Gate Park where the recycling center and nursery thrived for over thirty years.  It’s a story about gentrification, poverty, protest, community, democracy and a critique of a town that is known for its progressive values yet fails its most vulnerable populations.

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