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Deeply moving and surprisingly entertaining, Dark Days is an eye-opening experience that shatters the myths of homelessness by revealing a thriving community living in tunnels beneath New York City and honestly capturing their resilience and strength in their struggle to survive.
Haunting soundtrack by DJ Shadow.
DVD Special Features:
The Making of "Dark Days" - 45 minute documentary. Includes interviews with director Marc Singer, DJ Shadow, Ben Freedman and more.
Commentary by Marc Singer.
Never-before-seen footage - 15 additional scenes with notes by Marc Singer.
The history of the NYC subway tunnels.
Life After The Tunnel - follow up by Marc Singer.
Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound.
Digitally mastered/16.9 widescreen version.
Theatrical trailer and more.
Great documentary film. Fascinating, dark, stark, bleak with random humourous moments full of characters. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. Colvin
This was a great insight into the plight of those who choose to live underground rather than on the streets. Horrendous conditions and sad stories. Read morePublished 10 months ago by partyparty
Clearly a smoke screen documentry with a ridiculous happy ending for the chosen few. Not informative of what realy goes on.Published 12 months ago by maryanne kiernan
Beautifully shot scenes, awesome documentary. Looks into the insight of the people who lived in this almost shantytown like place under the rails.Published 17 months ago by Tikal999
As above, I bought this as a DJ Shadow fan mainly to hear the soundtrack but I found the documentary really interesting learning about these guys who live in an underground world,... Read morePublished on 29 May 2008 by Aaron Mulholland
Its incredible to hear some of the stories the people involved in this film have to tell, their take on the world, how they make their money and how they came to be homeless. Read morePublished on 10 Jan. 2007 by Mr. L. Adams