Award winning Writer / Director Max Pachman, has once again created an absolutely stunning motion picture with "16th Street". His films ("Anonymous") carry a quiet, voluptuously exquisite drama. The characters live in a dystopia, ever-near their lurking bankruptcy of solace. "16th Street", in true post-apocalyptic tone, takes place in a world near the end, a world where the rain pours acidic and crime has breached every levy, saturating the city streets. A young man (Dan Wilson), held out in a dilapidated house, is hunted by a psychopath (Kevin Lucero Less) looking for a way in. As the evening rain fall approaches the city, evil lurks in the leaking cracks. Pachman's Director of Photography Tyler Roth, deserves more than mention here for his spell-bounding cinematography; and creating a cinematic wonderland of melancholic beauty.
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