“Once upon a time, town squares were comment sections, where people brave enough to shout their opinions did it face to face.  There is no stronger belief than one’s faith, and what used to be Times Square was a town square on steroids.  As the 20th century came to an end, we entered the corporatized Y2K age.  Spirituality seemed an essential grounding force, something to unify us.  But whose God is supreme? What is God? What is God’s place in the digital age? When Disney invaded Times Square it went up against the smut.  It was a magnet for all things good and bad.  It was hell with attractions.  I still secretly wished to be yelled at whenever I enter Times Square…” – Josh Safdie