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I am a bit surprised to see the negative reviews on here because I
thought the film was an absolute blast! The film follows an eccentric
tour bus guide in New York City who speaks in a unique style with a
wealth of knowledge about his beloved city. There is no more, on the
surface, than that central premise.
However, the gentleman starring in this feature is a more interesting character than one might imagine could exist in such a position. Not only is he quite extraordinarily intelligent, but he has a very unusual perspective and form of delivery that is extremely engaging and fun to listen to.
I found myself not wanting the film to end as I grew to respect some of his ideas more and more. His oddball posture is so unique that it feels as though the movie front-loads viewers with strangeness, only to allow the more relatable side of him to slowly show itself as the film rolls forward. However, his ideas are simply more accessible as his delivery becomes more familiar to the viewer. A second viewing of the film showed me that I was too overwhelmed, in the beginning of it the first time around, by the sheer idiosyncrasy to pay attention enough to follow his line of expression.
I highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes unique characters or really good contemplative and philosophical conversation.