the digitaldownpour movie of the week 

What Mozart Saw on Mulberry Street is the cutest, short documentary ever. Filmed in 1956 on 16mm, it sets up camp outside a window on Mulberry St in which a stone bust of the famous composer has taken residence. What follows is a marvelous snippet of the daily lives of passers-by and alley cats as they go about their business and the Mozart looks on.

What I do find odd, though, is that, according to the internet, this film was rated PG-13 for terror/violence, sensuality and brief language. Hmmm. I guess I must have missed those bits.

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