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Thirty years in the making, Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell continuesto follow one of the most indelible subjects of Streetwise, agroundbreaking documentary on homeless and runaway teenagers. ErinBlackwell, a.k.a. Tiny, was introduced in filmmaker Martin Bell,photographer Mary Ellen Mark, and journalist Cheryl McCall's earlierfilm as a brash fourteen-year-old living precariously on the marginsin Seattle. Now a forty-four year-old mother of ten, Blackwellreflects with Mark on the journey they've experienced together, fromBlackwell's struggles with addiction to her regrets to her dreams forher own children, even as she sees them being pulled down the samepath of drugs and desperation.


  • Erin Blackwell
  • Mary Ellen Mark

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Jul 25, 2019

Though sympathetic to a woman they have known for over 30 years, Mark and Bell make no positive or negative judgments about her life.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
Jul 19, 2019

Tiny is a sobering contemplation on flaws, forgiveness, and redemption that deserves to be recognized.

Metacritic review by Jonathan Christian
Jonathan Christian
The Playlist
Jul 18, 2019

The combination of “Streetwise” and “Tiny” belongs on a short list with “Boyhood,” the “Up” documentaries and “Hoop Dreams” as exemplars of time-capsule filmmaking.

Metacritic review by Ben Kenigsberg
Ben Kenigsberg
The New York Times