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You will feel that whatever your problems are, people have it so much worse.
His films explored alcoholism, homelessness, racial discrimination, war, labor conflict, and poverty with great compassion and honesty.
The full-frame blu-ray image looks great - much better than the SD clips shown in the extras.
Part scripted film - part documentary. One of a kind and not to be missed if your interested in the Bowery, alcoholics and the homeless. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Teoli Jr.
My father had a store on the Bowery from the 1930's to 1960. It was one block south (of Delancey) while this appears to have been shot one or more blocks north of Delancey. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Saully
...for a friend who was impressed by it. they are working with men who have alcohol problems. It was a gift to him.Published 22 months ago by Rose
The movie is riveting. Be prepared to watch people in dispair. You will feel that whatever your problems are, people have it so much worse.Published 23 months ago by Deborah Kearney
Very interesting and candid. A subject never touched on before and lived, not acted, by real people. A must view!Published 24 months ago by Joyce L. Buckley
EXCELLENT FILM ON DAY TO DAY LIFE ON THE BOWERY IN 1956,DISTURBING AT TIMES AS THESE POOR SOULS GET CONSUMED BY CHEAP WINE., A MUST SEE FILMPublished on March 22, 2013 by L J COLETTA
I'm not sure why I purchased this blu-ray. I had never heard of the film or Lionel Rogosin before. I watched it once, put it away. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by crunkyteen