By Marcus Trower
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Dark Days: powerful documentary about crack in New York society

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Issue 2389
Dark days

Dark days

This award-winning documentary about homeless people who live underground in New York follows the everyday lives of people who live in a crack in society.

It allows them to talk without much prompting and finds they tend to blame themselves for their situation, rather than class society.

But this view changes when they’re threatened with eviction. The acclaimed DJ Shadow provides an excellent score.

Directed by Marc Singer £10.72


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