Released: September 25, 2001
DVD Extra Features
Commentary by Marc Singer
The Making of Dark Days
Never-Before-Seen Footage with Directors Notes
Life After the Tunnel - Follow Up by Marc Singer
The History of the NYC Subway Tunnels
Dark Days is the multi-award winning documentary from Marc Singer about a community of homeless people living in the train tunnel beneath Manhattan. The film depicts a way of life that is unimaginable to most of those who walk the streets above. In the pitch black tunnel, rats swarm through piles of garbage as high-speed trains leaving Penn Station tear through the darkness. For some of those who have gone underground, it has been home for as long as twenty-five years. The director abandoned life on the outside to spend all of his time in the tunnels, making it his home for two years. Surprisingly entertaining and deeply moving, "Dark Days" is an eye-opening experience that shatters the myths of homelessness with the strength and universality of the people the film represents. DJ Shadow provides a soundtrack that instantly pulls you in, and compliments perfectly.
Complete your DJ Shadow collection with this timeless DVD!