Photographer Rudy Burckhardt shows us Manhattan as a place for marvelous moments with a focus on the ebb and flow of people rushing about. As in his still photographs, Burckhardt finds quiet places within this mass of ever-busy humanity. Equally exhilarating is his novel approach to snap images quickly on the run, a method he inaugurated in the early-1940s. In film, he added slow- and fast-motion, split-screens and super-impositions to his repertory. An exquisite paean dedicated to the crowd and its life on the street.