ONE FINAL THOUGHT ON CLAYTON PATTERSON'S CAPTURED Captured trailer on iTunes | New York 2009 | 2.01 min
If you’re like us and can’t get enough of Clayton Patterson’s Captured, or if you haven’t seen it yet, then feast your eyes on the opening minutes.
PLOT: CAPTURED is the story of one man's commitment to chronicling the legendary Lower East Side, and the individuals who define it. Since the early 1980s Clayton Patterson has been fully dedicated to documenting the final era of this historic and eclectic neighborhood long known for its humble streets, revolutionary minds and creative influence. He has obsessively recorded its many faces: from drag to hardcore, heroin to homelessness, political chaos to gentrification. CAPTURED profiles Patterson's odyssey from voyeur to provocateur, and from activist to renegade archivist. This fast-paced documentary includes Patterson's rare and renowned footage of the Tompkins Square police riots, and provides a close-up look at a fascinating character and chapter of urban culture.