Class DivideClass Divide takes a look at class division and gentrification of New York City via a single intersection in Chelsea, where children from both low-income public housing and an expensive private school interact.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United StatesDuration: 74 minQuality: SDRelease: 2016IMDb: 7.3
Directors of "Class Divide"Marc Levin
Critic Reviews of "Class Divide"CNN.comDecember 28, 2016
[Class Divide] bores into income disparity in an area where an elite private school and multi-million-dollar high-rise condominiums have gone up adjacent to poverty-stricken public-housing projects.RogerEbert.comApril 13, 2016
To the filmmakers' credit, they seem to approach their subjects with no simplistic agenda but a genuine desire to engage and understand everyone they meet.New York TimesApril 13, 2016
What "Class Divide" does exceptionally well is capture the sense of change at warp speed. In their bones, the public-housing kids know that it's only a matter of time before they're forced to leave.The Young FolksOctober 04, 2016
Class Divide shines an important light on our country's gentrification problem, but also pushes forward the necessity of integration in order to accomplish a better, more diverse and fairer future.rogercatlin.comOctober 04, 2016
Marc Levin talks to people on both sides [the rich and the poor] in Class Divide and gets his most poignant responses from children.rec.arts.movies.reviewsApril 14, 2016
A brilliant take onthe hypergentrification that made funky old Chelsea the hq of buildings that now have individual swimming pools in apartments like a Scrooge McDuck comic book from the 50s.
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