Oridinary New York Yuppies can no longer afford to live in New York City says Norman Lear
By staff writer
HOLLYWOOD, CA (Gosh!TV) 2016/7/31 – Class Divide, premiere on Oct. 3td. The effects of hyper-gentrification and growing inequality through the microcosm of New York City’s West Chelsea neighborhood, where an elite private school sits directly across the street from low-income public housing. The final film in a trilogy about economic forces affecting ordinary people from director Marc Levin and producer Daphne Pinkerson (HBO’s Schmatta: Rags to Riches to Rags and Hard Times: Lost on Long Island). The effects of gentrification on young people who share the same neighborhood, yet live in very different worlds, as they try to navigate a culture rapidly changing for the better and the worse.
Part of HBO’s thought-provoking documentary series: Alexandra Pelosi’s Meet the Donors: Does Money Talk?,Mariela Castro’s March: Cuba’s LGBT Revolution, Patria O Muerte: Cuba, Fatherland Or Death, Class Divide and The Trans List…topics from U.S. politics to Cuba to failing middle class to transgender.