Documentarian Marc Singer trains his camera on a group of homeless people who live deep underground in an abandoned New York City railroad tunnel and scavenge for food on the mean streets of Manhattan. At night, they retreat to the tunnel, where they've built huts out of scrap metal, plastic and plywood. Amazingly, they have electricity, furniture, working kitchens -- and a sense of community that many surface dwellers would envy.
Netflix Rating: 3.5
Top Rotten Tomatoes Critics
Marc Singer's feted 2000 doc about a Manhattan subterranean community has lost none of its power since its debut.