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Shelter In Place is a candid documentary shot during the first month of NYC’s ‘Shelter In Place’ directive.

Having suffered one of the worst outbreaks of Covid-19 during the months or March & April, New York City was placed under strict lockdown.

Filmmaker Matthew Beck‘s intimate study, shot entirely from his apartment window serves as a winding conversation about the fears, anxieties, and hopes amongst the residents of Claremont Avenue, in Manhattan.

It’s a poignant documentation of an unprecedented moment for mankind and will no doubt serve as an important archival moment in New York City’s history.

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