LIFE IN NEW YORK (6 minutes, color, 1969. Made by Alfonso Pagan-Cruz, aged 17, and Luis Vale, aged 18.) In this fast-moving color film, Park Avenue's affluence, cleanliness, and relative calm are contrasted with the Lower East Side's garbage, violence, and drug use. The film eloquently sums up the filmmakers' anger and frustration at slum conditions and their determination to improve their neighborhood
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