- SKU: 19269019
- Release Date: 07/19/2011
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- Disc One - Dark Days - Audio Commentary with Director Marc Singer
- Disc Two -
- Deleted Scenes
- The Making of Dark Days (2000), Interviews with Marc Singer, DJ Shadow
- The Tunnel Today - Director Marc Singer Revisits the Tunnel in 2011
- Fragile Dwelling - an all-new photo essay featuring photographs by Margarget Morton
- Dark Days Design - a look at the typography with Jay Hillyer
- Life After the Tunnel - An Update on the Residents
- Introduction with former New York City Mayor David Dinkins and Q&A with Singer and Executive Director of Coalition for the Homeless Mary E. Brosnahan at the Maysles Cinema in 2011
- Original Theatrical Trailer
Novice filmmaker Marc Singer lived in the bowels of a midtown Manhattan railway station for two years to shoot this harrowing account of the day-to-day existence of the homeless. Shot in noirish black and white, Singer shows how society's discarded and disenfranchised fashion a community of sorts in the sunless labyrinth of the station's transit tunnels. Though told without narration, a dozen or so individual stories emerge. Dee (the sole woman depicted in the film) lost all her children in a house fire while she was high on crack; Ralph remains inconsolable after his five-year old's rape and mutilation during a stint in prison. In the final reel, Amtrak sends in armed police to clean out the tunnels, citing health concerns. However, the subterranean tenets happen upon a stroke of luck, as an NYC social worker discovers a cache of previously unclaimed public housing. Featuring a sparse soundtrack by DJ Shadow, Dark Days won the Grand Jury prize for cinematography, the Freedom of Expression award, and an audience award at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. ~ Jonathan Crow, Rovi