New York In The '50S

2001, Movie, NR, 72 mins

New York In The '50S
Based on writer Dan Wakefield's memoir of the same title, Betsy Blankenbaker's pleasant but insubstantial documentary paints a picture of New York — primarily Greenwich Village — in the Eisenhower era through interviews, mostly with writers and artists. They include writers Joan Didion and her husband, John Gregory Dunne; journalist Nat Hentoff; actor Robert Redford; editor Norman Podhoretz; Art D'Lugoff, owner of the influential Village Gate club; documentary filmmaker Ted Steeg (who inspired the character of Gunner Casselman in Wakefield's autobiographical novel Going All the Way); commentator William F. Buckley; writer Gay Talese and his wife, pub...
Released: 2001 Rated: NR Length: 72 mins

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