With directors Jeremie Brugidou and Fabien Clouette in person
Dirs. Jeremie Brugidou, Fabien Clouette. United States/France, 2014, 78 mins. New York premiere. “Fish and garbage. I don’t know if I should talk about the other things going on here, but that’s about it,” says one of the subjects of this cinematic tour through the legendary Bronx fish market, a waste management plant, and a correctional center barge near Riker’s Island. Memorable personalities emerge during this vibrant and distinctly New York ethnographic journey.
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