The Gods of Times Square | Chicago Reader

The Gods of Times Square

Richard Sandler takes to the streets of New York's East Village and simply lets the people talk; the resulting collage of testimony lovingly but unsentimentally affirms the neighborhood's rep for nurturing outsiders—street poets and protesters, drunks and drag queens. Halfway through 9/11 hits and the film turns elegiac; taken as a whole, the video is unexpectedly moving.

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