Live from Shiva's Dance Floor Trailer

Live from Shiva's Dance Floor Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003 Factual 21 mins

Poet and performance artist Timothy "Speed" Levitch, who starred in a documentary about his life philosophy in 1998, is back in this meditation on life in post-September 11 New York City. Touring "ground zero" with director Richard Linklater, Levitch discusses his ideas on the creation of a memorial, what it's like to live with fear (or not to live with it) and more.

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