Preceded by The Children Next Door
In Koch, director Neil Barsky, as well as former New York Mayor Ed Koch himself, look back fondly over Koch’s 12 years in City Hall. Koch, who died just days before the film’s premiere, was a colorful, boisterous, and amusing public figure, and, on screen at the age of 86, those traits still come through loud and clear. Plenty has been said about the New York of the 70’s, but, with Koch’s passing this year, it seems especially appropriate to revisit the city’s transformative 80’s and the man who sparked the major change.
She lives in Vienna but still practices all her Turkish homeland’s traditions. She has been diagnosed with cancer and fears for her family’s future if the treatment