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Live From Shiva's Dance Floor (2003)

Director: Richard Linklater
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Aspyr
Genre: Documentary, Independent, Short Films, Quirky Characters
Running Time: 21 min.
Languages: English
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Synopsis
Timothy "Speed" Levitch is a poet, performance artist, and offbeat tour guide who was the subject of the 1998 documentary The Cruise, in which he attempted to explain his philosophy of how life is largely a matter of celebrating the events going on around you. In Live From Shiva's Dance Floor, Levitch puts his own ideals to the test as the longtime New Yorker tours the former site of the World Trade Center with filmmaker Richard Linklater and a camera crew in tow. Levitch shares his thoughts on post-9/11 New York, what he learned from the aftermath of the terrorist attacks, and how he feels the city should memorialize Ground Zero. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

Special features:

  • Annotated Shiva: Speed's Commentary on the Commentary
  • Bus tour from the NYC premiere
  • Deleted scenes
  • Tribeca Film Festival awards ceremony
  • Speed and the Buffalo
  • Scenes from Speedology book tour
  • Trailer from INVISIBLE CITY, featuring Speed


Special features:

  • Annotated Shiva: Speed's Commentary on the Commentary
  • Bus tour from the NYC premiere
  • Deleted scenes
  • Tribeca Film Festival awards ceremony
  • Speed and the Buffalo
  • Scenes from Speedology book tour
  • Trailer from INVISIBLE CITY, featuring Speed



GreenCine Member Reviews

Good but The Cruise is better by SMann November 15, 2004 - 1:40 PM PST
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GreenCine doesn't currently have it, but the previous Linklater film that Speed Levitch stars in - The Cruise - give more background on Speed himself and I think, is a better love letter to NYC. I met Speed earlier this year, randomly, as he was giving a walking tour in Washington Square Park. He's an interesting character.




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Short but Well Worth Your Time
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