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If you never twirled barefoot in the funky old club, Wetlands Preserved may be of limited interest, but it's a loving and thorough document of a small slice of rock history.
With its carefully-chosen soundtrack, funky animation, and enthusiastic interviews, Dean Budnick's affectionate documentary pays apt tribute to Wetlands, a local landmark that closed in 2001.
Wetlands Preserved is a fond account of the rising, thriving and eventual closing of the TriBeCa club known as the Wetlands Preserve.
Entertainingly builds a convincing case for the club's significance as a NYC outlet for the politically-conscious interplay of Americana rock, folk, and hip-hop.
A vibrant account of a remarkable place that will find a warm home in the heart of just about any music fan.
a useful time capsule - a generously baked history of a minor pop-culture institution.
Dean Budnick's nostalgic doc never wants for feeling or a sense of purpose as it examines not simply how this niche in the New York nightlife came to pass, but what it represented and how its presence has since affected the world.
A fitting tribute recounting rise and fall of Earth-friendly NYC nightclub.
You can't help but be impressed by how many great bands played through [the club] before it shut its doors, just days before 9/11.
A heartfelt tribute to a joyous anomaly in New York's nightlife scene.
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