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As gently eye-opening as looking around while strolling down a new street.
A Gotham-set charmer about the pleasures of wandering.
Jeremy Workman connects Matt Green's foot journey to the real-time scale of New York City and to the soul of its citizens. This inspired documentary is perfect.
If he ever does complete his self-appointed task, [subject Matt] Green will have a lifetime of stories to tell. Until then, he - and we - have this marvelous film with which to pass the time.
Workman's film is a gentle city symphony that provides a love letter to the five boroughs without much drama or tension.
What Green ultimately does, as one interviewee describes it, is show us the "heart, soul, and pulse" of New York City.
Its lackadaisical start is too unassuming and a little too much basic information is withheld for a bit too long. Still, it's a genuinely pleasant film that revels in the pleasure of simply wandering this strange, beautiful world we live in.
[Matt] Green is a charming Buddha relishing the now.
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