Urban Explorers: Into the Darkness | Chicago Reader

Urban Explorers: Into the Darkness

Melody Gilbert's documentary may be the definitive underground film, if only because so much of it was shot beneath the earth's surface. Climbers navigate abandoned industrial tunnels below Minneapolis; a Florida man rappels 90 feet down into a defunct missile silo to photograph the largest American rocket ever made; and Parisians crisscross the city's sealed-off catacombs to attend a party where they munch baguettes and paté, reclining on a blanket of human bones. United by their online community and blind to “Do Not Enter” signs, these adventurers are daring, gregarious, intensely curious, and obsessed with physical traces of generations past. 85 min.

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