It's about a guy from the L.A. area that decides to live off Craiglist for 31 days. All he takes is his cellphone, laptop, toothbrush and passport and clothes on his back. He answers and posts random ads strictly depending upon these people for money, food, shelter and relationships.
I suggest you take a look, it's a moving piece.
Especially about 30 minutes in the documentary answers an ad to help as a tutor (after traveling from L.A. to Portland, then Portland to Seattle by hitchhiking). He ends up meeting a man there that is an Iraqi. His family fled from Iraq after the Gulf War to try to start a new life and be happy. When they fled Iraq they lived in the desert in camps without running water. Sometimes showering a only a few times a year.
He meets this guy's family and the father of the family tells him "After 9/11, everything changed. You walk out in the middle of the street and people you've never met before tells you to go back to your own country. You hold your passport and tell them "I am a U.S. Citizen." So he's sitting there in this home of this Iraqi family, having their Iraqi dinner and the son even says "If I had to defend this country I would. I would join the army right now if they needed me and our freedoms were in danger."
I found this piece very moving. Especially when the son gives him an Iraqi shirt to keep.
It just made me feel like that out of al the bullshit, violence, prejudice that we have in the world that there are still people. There are still human beings out there that want to care and love for one another because if they were in a hard situation, they'd only want the same.
Netflix has it.