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Former Mayor Ed Koch is the quintessential New Yorker. Still ferocious, charismatic, and hilariously blunt, the now 87-year-old Koch ruled New York from 1978 to 1989-a down-and-dirty decade of grit, graffiti, near-bankruptcy and rampant crime. First-time filmmaker (and former Wall Street Journal reporter) Neil Barsky has crafted an intimate and revealing portrait of this intensely private man, his legacy as a political titan, and the town he helped transform. The tumult of his three terms included a fiercely competitive 1977 election; an infamous 1980 transit strike; the burgeoning AIDS epidemic; landmark housing renewal initiatives; and an irreparable municipal corruption scandal. Through candid interviews and rare archival footage, Koch thrillingly chronicles the personal and political toll of running the world's most wondrous city in a time of upheaval and reinvention. (c) Zeitgeist Films
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Release Date Koch Feb 1, 2013 Limited
Genres Koch : Documentary


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I wish other questions had been asked, and pushed, and a lot more context provided.
Stephen Whitty-Newark Star-Ledger

Koch presents an uncommonly juicy subject for a documentary, and filmmaker Neil Barsky makes the most of the opportunity.
Lou Lumenick-New York Post

If the film were even two minutes longer, it might constitute Koch overload. Luckily, Barsky knows when enough is enough, even if his subject doesn't.
Stephanie Zacharek-NPR

It's hard to fault a documentary for being as slanted toward a subject as director Neil Barsky's "Koch" is when the movie chronicles as self-celebratory a figure as former Mayor Ed Koch.
Joe Neumaier-New York Daily News

New York may be a safer, cleaner and less argumentative place than it was in the 1980s, but he remains as contentious, as mischievous and at times as inflammatory as ever.
A.O. Scott-New York Times

If unlikely to change anyone's mind about its subject, it's an effective primer on a voluble and charismatic mayor who embodied the spirit of the city he loved.
Nick Schager-Village Voice

Even if he stomped on your special interest you can't deny that he did it with a sui generis verve that mixed region-specific curmudgeon-ism and impish joie de vivre
Jordan Hoffman-Badass Digest

A thoughtful look at the fundamental reasons a down-and-out city was primed to embrace this larger-than-life cheerleader for all things Gotham.
Robert Levin-amNewYork

An enjoyable but not very revelatory tribute that has also become a visual obituary.
Nora Lee

Koch doesn't try to do anything radical as a piece of filmmaking, but Barsky -- a former newspaper reporter -- covers Koch's story magnificently as a journalist.
Noel Murray-AV Club

With great good humor... and a solid, old-fashioned stick-to-it-iveness, Barsky paints a warts-and-all portrait of Koch that is historically compelling, journalistically rigorous, and bursting with Essence of Koch...
MaryAnn Johanson-Flick Filosopher

Neil Barsky is aware of how a great and terribly troubling person can reside in the same body, but his occasional eagerness to appoint himself as his subject's latest press agent is dubious.
Chuck Bowen-Slant Magazine

A breezy, thoroughly entertaining and balanced doc that sheds light on Ed Koch's panache, wisdom and sense of humor behind the curtain of politics.
Avi Offer-NYC Movie Guru

Neither blind idolatry nor a definitive portrait; just a major missed opportunity content to loiter in the middle of the road.
David Fear-Time Out New York

A great look at the history of [New York City] and a pivotal turning point when things changed so drastically.

A warts-and-all observation of the rise and fall of one of New York City's most controversial Mayors, Neil Barsky's well-paced documentary fills a necessary gap.

While the structure and style of the film are not particularly inventive, the film is a good background on the issues.
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