Please join the Harvard Graduate School of Design for a film screening and discussion of "Rush Hour."
About Rush Hour: A feature documentary about the odyssey involved in commuting to and from work in three large contemporary cities: Los Angeles, Istanbul and Mexico City. Rush Hour is an intimate approach to the personal stories of three commuters who spend hours of their lives going from home to work and back, reflection a common reality shared by billions of people. What is the impact of these lost hours on their relationships an their quality of life? What really direves them to make this journey every day? What does this say about our cities and our way of living them? This is not inherent of a specific area of the world, neither it has to do with gender or class, but rather it is a global issue that has to do with the way we have developed and conceived our largest cities.
Diane Davis, Charles Dyer Norton Professor of Regional Planning and Urbanism; Chair, Department of Urban Planning and Design, GSD
Luciana Kaplan, Director
Martha Sosa, Producer
Onésimo Flores, CEO, Conecta Cuatro
- April 17, 2018 at 6pm – 8pm
Harvard Center for Government and International Studies
1730 Cambridge St
Cambridge, MA 02138
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