Filmmaker Marc Singer brings a unique view of New York City’s homless in a very raw film. Dark Days was made by Singer spending 2 years living in the subterranean tunnels with the people that society has cast out. These people have come together to form a sort of underground community. This film, shot in black and white and without narration, reveals some of the lives of those in these ‘hidden’ communities.
Winning a number of awards, this film, while a decade old, still shows how people can persist, even in the worst circumstances.