Pointing you to one of my favourite movies of all time. Neo-realism at its best on camera. The Sisyphean ‘Man Push Cart’ by Ramin Bahrani. Watch watch watch, but be prepared to be moved without being manipulated.

Bahrani has made 3 films and one short & is Ebert’s Director of the Decade. I’ve seen Man Push Cart & Chop Shop, easily some of the best films ever made about the poor and the working classes. De Sica, Fellini and Visconti would embrace this phenomenal talent. Watch people!!

Man Push Cart is a 2005 American independent film by Ramin Bahrani that tells the story of a former Pakistani rock star who sells coffee and donuts from his pushcart on the streets of Manhattan.

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