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If These Knishes Could Talk: The Story of the NY Accent (2013)

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The story of the New York accent, as told by New Yorkers.

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Storyline

From Atlantic Ave. to Zerega Ave., word on the street is the New York accent is disappearing -- a casualty of a city that's evolved into a vast expanse of banks, H&Ms and glass-blown high-rises. But even though you may not hear "toity-toid and toid" in Manhattan, you can still hear strains in Bensonhurst, Whitestone or Tottenville. Or you can have a look-see through our film. We've gathered some accent experts, official and non, to weigh in on what it means to tawk the talk in a city that may be slowly trying to quiet the noise. Written by Anonymous

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$60,000 (estimated)
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Winner of the New York Spotlight Award at the 2013 Manhattan Film Festival, tying with On The Radioman (2013). See more »

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