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New York in the 1980's

If you want to experience New York in the 1980's you must see After Hours. This classic New York movie by Martin Scorsese captures a still raw, weird and edgy New York before things started to change. Kiki Bridges and her art was perhaps even more conceptual than the Factory. Andy Warhol must have drooled over this movie and so did we. After Hours is an eccentric work of art and it rightfully deserves a place in the MoMA. It's hard to believe that 25 years have passed since this movie was released. The Terminal Bar, The Conceptual Art Party at Club Berlin, Punk Rock and the New Wave party scene...sweet memories.