DREAM OF A CITY which played at last year's New York Film Festival.
Made up entirely of silent footage shot by Kierchheimer and Walter Hess between 1958 and 1960 the film is simply a portrait of life on the streets of New York City. There is no plot, there are simply images set to music with sound effects added. It is life happening before us from various vantage points.
Will you like it? I have no clue. If you liked the earlier DREAM OF A CITY this is a must. If you didn't stay away. For me this worked, like the earlier film, in fits and starts. Personally I love that the film exists as a record of old New York.
FREE TIME World Premiered at the NYFF earlier today and plays again tomorrow. For more information and ticket go here.