Dark Days by Marc Singer, 2000 (94 min)

This documentary depicts a community of homeless people living in a train tunnel beneath Manhattan, a way of life that is unimaginable to most of those who walk the streets above. The director abandoned life on the outside to spend all of his time in the tunnels, making it his home for two years. The film is an eye-opening experience that shatters the myths of homelessness with the strength and universality of the people the film represents.

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