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For more than six years, Matt Green, 37, has been on a deeply personal mission. He’s walking every block of every street in New York City—a journey of more than 8,000 miles.
In order to fulfill his quest, Matt quit his job as an engineer, gave up his apartment, and discarded most of his possessions. He now couch-surfs through apartments across the boroughs, living on about $15 per day. When he’s not out walking, he spends his time researching the myriad curiosities that catch his eye along the way, from national landmarks to humble manhole covers. Why undertake this journey? Perhaps the more salient question is, why not?
Culling his documentary from more than 500 hours of footage, director Jeremy Workman offers an enchanting, inspiring, up-close look at a man who isn’t himself seeking anything in particular beyond an unmediated experience of daily life, in all its overlooked wonders.
For over six years, Matt Green has been on an unusual quest: to walk every block in New York City. To complete this 8,000-mile journey, he has left his job and his home, couch-surfing and spending just pennies a day. Why? He's still finding out as he turns the kaleidoscope of modern life step by ste