Recent transplants or visitors won’t be able to sympathize with this visual monologue or be able to signify with the sentiments it portrays. For those of us who have lived in New York City for more than a few years these are feelings are omnipresent. The hustle and bustle is similar to a group of molecules bombarding but never creating a bond. Written by Paul Riccio and Molly Finley and also directed by Riccio 8,336,615 (New York) paints a picture New Yorkers wake up to and try to nod off in-spite of day in and day out.
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