Release Date: 01/24/12
Kowalski's meditation on Manhattan focusing on a grass roots soup kitchen and the denizens of Tompkins Square Park.
It's the summer of 1989 in New York's Lower East Side. Homeless people have turned Tompkins Square Park into a tent city. On a nearby corner lot deeper in Alphabet City, where punk became famous and Allen Ginsburg wrote much of his poetry, a bunch of people try to make a soup kitchen work. From filmmaker Lech Kowalski.
|Label: REVOLT FILMS|
|Run Time: 81 mins|
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