SODOM AND GOMORRAH, NEW YORK 10036, true to its name, is a documentary about the sex industry in the mid-1970s around 8th Avenue and 42nd Street in Manhattan.
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All this does is show a little bit of what a crap-hole that city was in that time. Imagine the rest of it. Sad. Did make me wonder what happened to the young people. And it reminded me of the very short time I spent in that place. Haven't been back, don't plan to.
If a photograph is worth a thousand words, then films such as this are worth millions. Take a look back into unscripted life. Something you can't learn from a book or get from a oral history.
I absolutely LOVE any 70's footage of most anything. So this film is ideal for fans of the craziest decade in america. Really enjoyed this, just wish it was longer.
a blast thru NYCs trashy past. Such mammor...I mean memories and cigarettes were a mere 55 cents a pack.
Nice shots of a crumby place.
What a great time capsule! Times Square was all about beer, cigarettes and porn, apparently.
The only thing wrong with this film is that it's not 60 minutes long. Or 600 minutes long. Wow.
Interesting, if for no other reason, than to see a pack of Viceroys, or any other cigarette, advertised for 55 cents in New York City.
quick paced. interesting when compared to the post clean up.
Nice flashbacks to the forbidden seedy part of town that my parents made a point of walking AROUND, by many blocks, rather than have my young eyes see such sinners!