Almost every visitor to New York has seen the city on the big screen at least once. Many places seem familiar and you can’t shake the feeling that you’ve been there somehow, right?
The director Peter Bogdanovich would have loved to live in Hollywood’s golden era. He was born too late for that – and so he made nostalgic films like “Is’ what, Doc?” and “Paper Moon”. Now this brilliantly clever epigone has died.
There is a story about a New Yorker who is released from prison after 20 years and finds Manhattan so changed that he no longer recognizes it. The feelings people have towards this constant renewal are mixed – it symbolizes vitality, but also a kind of rootlessness, the loss of reference points.
The famous Lincoln Center is undisputedly the cultural hotspot of New York. Even if you don’t have tickets for an upcoming event, you have to stop by when visiting this city that never sleeps! There is always something going on. The Lincoln Center consists of several theaters and concert halls; this is where the world-famous Metropolitan Opera is located. Eleven famous New York cultural and music organizations have their address in Lincoln Center.