Sid Kaplan is a printer. When his friends wonder at how he can spend hours in a darkroom developing photographs, he responds, in the documentary by Harvey Wang: “Everything happens there, from my childhood up to now.” Since he was ten years old, camera in hand, he has roamed the streets of New York, documenting a day in the life of the city, its transformations, its stunning views and changing light. His
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