Hotel Genius by Ted Wallach, A Roger Smith Short Film! #film
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Roger Smith Shorts Trailer for Mother Teresa’s Hiatus by Abianne Prince! #Film
When thinking about New York Iconic films, the list can go on forever. My list is a reflection of the dark (noir) history of the city that we all love.
1. American Psycho
Patrick Bateman represents the American Dream gone Schizophrenic. Caught in the 80s this film will make the hair on your neck stand up!
2. Wolf of Wall Street
Again this film is an exploitation of the American Dream. Money, drugs and excess on all fronts.
3. Summer of Sam
A time piece of horror in New York City. Great cast of characters that provide a colorful portrayal of New York.
The heat of the summer in hells kitchen leads a couple of kids to perform a mischievous act that changes their lives forever. Touching on faith, disciplined youth, and redemption this film is a must see.
5. Gangs of new york
History New York in the five points. Gangs rule Manhattan and the boroughs. A gritty depiction of New York, its power and politics. The Natives take on the rest for keeps!
6. Requium for a dream
The iconic Thunderbolt roller coaster in Coney Island in the opening scene symbolizes the ups and downs of drug addition.
Gotham City is protected by the dark knight. In a city of corruption, villans flock to Gotham to challenge the human condition.