Cool. The b&w brings an extra, I think bringing the attention more to the characters.
The images and music are really well synched. A positive look at live in the metropole.
Vaguely reminding of the style of Koyaanisqatsi, not the message.
Beautifully done, and uplifting for us today. Thanks for sharing.
I am a vinyl record guy, over 10000 albums in the collection. It is still how I listen to music.
I find it interesting how often vinyl records are used to imply a past or romantic time in our lives. Many people alive today have never seen or heard an actual vinyl record, but they all know the implications from the movies.
That was really terrific. I'm sharing it with my son, who lives in Brooklyn and who is in his second Master's program at NYU for Musical Composition (Film Scoring). First Master's is in Classical Piano Performance and Pedagogy, so he'll appreciate the music in the video.