March 14, 2013
No Rating; 1:35 running time
What an entertaining rapscallion Ed Koch was during his run as mayor of New York in the late '70s and '80s. Popular, polarizing, loved, hated, even 20-plus years after he left office, he never failed to attract a crowd as he walked the streets of the city. Which he did virtually every day until he died at 88, on Feb. 1, the day Neil Barsky's documentary chronicling his life and his legacy hit New York City theaters.
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