How to Live in a City – 1964

How to Live in a City - 1964
– 1964

Have you ever wondered what makes some better than others? In public access pioneer ’s ‘How to Live in a City,’ the argument is that it all depends on the quality of the public .

singer and architectural critic Eugene Raskin guides us through unique locales which illustrate the fine line between organic and sterile urban spaces. It all depends on a place’s ability to attract and sustain, even if only momentarily, a sense of community.

And while some spaces succeed and others fail, one may wonder whether if it was designer’s intention to drive people away, or not.

Aside from amusingly hep score and the nostalgic longing for Old that the leaves you with, Stoney & Ruskin’s How to Live in a City presents a considerably modern approach to filmmaking, especially when compared to other productions of the .