Tells the story of an African immigrant surviving on the fringes of New York City where music is his passion, life is a hustle and falling in love is his greatest risk. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tells the story of an African immigrant surviving on the fringes of New York City where music is his passion, life is a hustle and falling in love is his greatest risk.
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Spencer S (gb) wrote: This was one of the most fascinating documentaries I have ever seen. Centered on the Corner Parking Lot in Charlottesville, Virginia, the film includes a bevy of attendants' interviews for this three year long trek through the crazed philosophical quandaries of the lot. A microcosm of socio-economic turmoil, the attendants relate to customers and other employees with their experiences as attendants. Most are highly educated, students, professors, or just interesting people with broadened minds. Director Meghan Eckman interviews past and present members of the CPL to draw a full portrait of what really goes on in this environment. At first you find their devotion to the lot as pitiful, but as the movie develops you empathize with all people in service sector jobs. The funniest parts include the attendants' rants about the various types of people who annoy them, and sometimes downright anger them. These can include everyone from frat boys and sorority girls to the drivers of SUVs and Hummers. There's also the absurdity of people driving off without paying and people who break the gate leading into the lot, a lofty twenty dollar fine. It becomes even more fascinating when they begin speaking about the different makes and models of cars, and remembering license plates to give to the cops in case someone skips the bill. There are even filmed scenes of fights between drivers and attendants. Watch until the very end in order to enjoy a wonderful music video, and updates on attendants, one of which is the bassist for Yo La Tengo.
Christopher J (mx) wrote: Not nearly as terrible I expected, but far from a good movie none the less
Goh K (au) wrote: I caught this at the cinema yesterday. Underworld 3 opens only today so I was a day early. Chinatown in Seattle probably (though the city was unnamed). Bears' gallbladder & paws were shipped by poachers in lieu of dead men's skeletons back to China so the spirits of the dead exact their revenge during Hungry Ghosts' month. Simple, predictable, not too badly made. A subtle attack on certain Chinese/Oriental practices & beliefs but it's really about unscrupulous illegal poaching & bears being an endangered species are not farmed as food or the use of their gallbladder for medical treatment etc.
Giem A (it) wrote: Fantastic movie,really liked it.load of mysterious moments u feel when u watching the movie ;)
Jeyantha K (kr) wrote: This movie embodies the bleakness of being young without money or prospects, while also being representative for being old, insecure and lonely. I loved every single second of it.
Claire T (ag) wrote: great film, I thought it was a great film, I would love it on DVD, It was a great film, it starred Lan Hendry, Alan Badel, Barbara Ferris and Sheila Allen, it was a great film and it was directed by Anton Leader
anna w (ru) wrote: is there not any good films to rate on here i dont no any of them!!
Larry S (ca) wrote: Very strange but fascinating.
Nolan M (au) wrote: Jay and Silent Bob rule!