NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell
|NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell|
|Directed by||Henry Corra|
|Produced by||Nanette Burstein|
|Written by||Nanette Burstein
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A reminiscence on life in New York City during the year 1977. It chronicles the decay of a city plagued by economic decline, rampant crime, the Son of Sam killings, and the July 13–14 blackout. These events provided the breeding ground for both the punk rock and hip hop movements that would eventually spread worldwide throughout the 1980s.
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