Megacities (1998)

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A look at the people who live precariously, but with an unusual level of resourcefulness and imagination, in four gigantic urban agglomerations: Mumbai, New York City, Moscow and Mexico City.


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31 March 1999 | vplp
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| Nice one
Nice one, though at the beginning of the film it's hard to keep up with the subtitles and the images at the same times.

The scene of the chickens being left to die brought shivers down my spine. It makes me think twice about eating chickens.

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opening text overlay: And perhaps in abodes of poverty, where health, learning, shelter and security are not birthrights, the soul is not a birthright, either. - William T. Vollmann


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Prélude of 'Drei Duetten'
Written by
Dmitri Shostakovich
Performed by Klangforum Wien: Anette Bik, Gunde Jäch-Micko, Florian Müller
Recorded on 30. 5. 1998 in the Wiener Konzerthaus
Courtesy of Universial Edition A.G.

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