Charles Lane's "Sidewalk Stories"

Thursday, November 07, 2013

Charles Lane talks about “Sidewalk Stories,” his black & white silent comedy filmed on Manhattan streets in the late 1980s. An homage to Chaplin’s “The Kid” (and other movies), the film captures the plight of the homeless and retains a magical sense of the fable. “Sidewalk Stories” is playing at Film Forum November 8–14.


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Comments [2]

Lincoln Ramirez from Woodside, NY

Mr. Lane said someone owes him money? LOL The nerve some people have is just plain astonishing!!!

Nov. 07 2013 01:26 PM

Lots of ego on display here.

Nov. 07 2013 01:23 PM

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