329. Rush Hour: The Outflows of Long Commutes
Spending long hours in traffic to go to work is a common thing nowadays and the Documentary ‘Rush Hour’ portrays how the lives of people in three different countries are affected by this necessity, which is an outflow of how we’ve come to centralize the source of money in big cities where living ‘close to work’ is simply exorbitantly expensive. Sharing a perspective on what can be seen in this documentary as well as asking for your perspective: What kind of supportive things can you do while you are commuting?
Synopsis: Three parallel stories reflect on transportation issues in important cities around the world: Mexico City, Los Angeles and Istanbul. While the characters spend too much time in traffic, they wonder if they can change their lives. – https://www.ambulante.org/en/documentales/rush-hour/
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