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Timothy Levitch, a New York City tour-bus guide, is profiled in this documentary that is basically a seventy-six-minute rant about what Levitch sees and what he thinks of his life in the city. Director Bennett Miller films him as a tourist would with a video camera-that is to say, poorly-but Levitch's rich use of poetic language and imagery provides a strong counterpart. If Levitch seems a little unhinged at times-there's a desperation and ugliness to some of his musings that is disturbing to watch-he's still a fascinating, delusional raconteur. His travelogue is never glib, and often very funny. -Bruce Diones Copyright 2006 The New Yorker

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