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Desc:Depressing aerial footage of 1980s ghetto...Smith and Jones forever
Category:Crime, Horror
Tags:Koyaanisqatsi, ghetto, pruit igoe
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Comment count is 16
simon666 - 2009-04-20
Should probably have a "Godfrey Reggio" and "Philip Glass" tags for good merit.
mouser - 2009-04-20
That's an excellent movie to see. Once. For it is way depressing. But the soundtrack is a regular listening for me.
Urist - 2009-04-20
This blew my mind when I first saw it.. I couldn't comprehend that a place like this actually existed somewhere.
ztc - 2009-04-20
Go visit Red Road in Glasgow.

wtf japan - 2009-04-21
Or any city in Eastern Europe.

GlennFinito - 2009-04-20
I didn't know that song came from this movie.

hornung - 2009-04-20
fuck you corbu
allcaps - 2009-04-20
Our great utopian project crumbles to dust before our eyessssss!!!
Udderdude - 2009-04-20
Sometimes you just gotta knock em all down and start again from scratch.
StanleyPain - 2009-04-20
I haven't seen this film in years, but I love it.

I didn't know what Pruitt Igoe was until I saw this film back in the mid 80s.
Fur is Murder - 2009-04-21
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-04-21
Now where have I heard that music before? Ohhhhhh... right, now I remember.

YOUR CITIZENS ARE UNHAPPY. "It's too crowded!"
Bone_Vulture - 2009-04-21
... What?

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-04-21
Nobody is going to explain this one to you.

Xiphias - 2009-04-27
it's true, no one is.

Repomancer - 2009-04-21
This movie is in the Cult Collection™ because of the Philip Glass sountrack, the opening scenes of southern Utah, and, well, all the rest of it. Got it on Blu-ray, just 'cuz.
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