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Clearly the producers and actors put their hearts into this in bringing to life the old and the new. This is especially so in the way they covered many of the students, whose journeys parallel those of the older folks when they lived there. It helps to be of a certain age in viewing this and even more so if you hail from the Bronx. A thoughtful, entertaining and ultimately celebratory documentary. I particularly liked how at the end-credits they updated the status of many of the students who were the subjects of much of this film.
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