BOOKWARS – NY Film Critics Circle (Complete Movie)

The gritty world of New York City street and sidewalks booksellers told in a remarkable story that chronicles their lives and loves and their unique perspectives on life...

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BookWars is an award-winning independent film from New York City by Jason “Jack RO” Rosette [1] produced by Camerado, about the life and times of New York City street booksellers. Made on an ultra-low budget in a jazzy, impressionistic style reminiscent of the films of Robert Frank and poetry of the Beat Generation, BookWars is the only first-person documentary made during then-New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s controversial “Quality of Life” campaign, which sought to limit and control individuals engaged in informal economic activities on the streets of New York City.

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