This is a fascinating documentary about Levittown, (or Levittowns-there are several), one of the first and largest postwar housing developments, the original located on Long Island. While watching the film you can see the director's shift from a historical/sociological perspective to a humorous and at times almost mean-spirited look at the lives of the people who still reside in the decaying community. There are interviews with famous ex-residents as well as almost painful revelations by some of the oh-so colorful inhabitants. Most people will have a new-found appreciation for their hometowns and also, hopefully, their present accommodations after seeing this.
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