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Watch: Gritty, Grubby, Kind of Great “Goldman v Silverman” (Of Course from the Safdie Brothers)

"Recaptures some of the gritty, frenetic New York aesthetic that defined 'Uncut Gems'"

Writing about the Josh and Benny Safdie’s new short film, “Goldman v Silverman,” shot by Josh Safdie and John Paul Lopez, Jon Blistein explains, “The six-minute project recaptures some of the gritty, frenetic New York aesthetic that defined Uncut Gems, although here it’s used in a far sillier way. [Adam] Sandler and Benny Safdie star as the titular Goldman and Silverman, two Times Square street performers who do a robot act while dressed and painted in their respective colors.”

Read more: One Big Score: Capturing the Frenetic Pace of The Safdie Bros.’ Uncut Gems

Read more: The Safdie Brothers’ Full-Immersion Filmmaking (The New Yorker)

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