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Two men defined newspaper reporting in late 20th century New York. They understood the streets, the people and events that shape their lives. Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill mark the end of a tradition, city reporters telling the story of their city while presiding over the death of their trade. They were more than writers. This film is a history of their work and their lives told in their words because no one else is qualified to tell the tale.Written by
A History of New York City Through the Lenses of Two Larger Than Life Reporters
Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill; 2 of the most influential reporters of the 20th Century were similar to each other in many different ways, couldn't be more different from each other. They were celebrities, usually in the right way, but sometimes, the distraction as much as the messenger. This documentary is historical evidence of where journalism was, and where it naturally headed, and how we might rue the day we handed the reigns of the press to cyberspace.
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