Ein Stummfilmportrait über New York von Charles Sheeler und Paul Strand aus dem Jahr 1921:

The title cards show quotes from Walt Whitman’s „Leaves of Grass“.The film spans an imaginary day in the life of New York City, beginning with footage of Staten Island ferry commuters and culminating with the sun setting over the Hudson River. It has been described as the first avant-garde film made in America. Its many brief shots and dramatic camera angles emphasize New York’s photographic nature.

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