Running directly beneath Manhattan, stretching along the subway artery from Penn Station to Harlem, lies the Freedom Tunnel, a little-known community comprising New York's homeless and dispossessed. First-time filmmaker Marc Singer sets out to chart their subterranean existence.
Complemented by its black-and-white photography and a moody DJ Shadow score, this is a gritty yet often tender look at society's margins.
Reviewed by David Parkinson
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