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Escape from New York - Making of Escape From New York: The Western

Posted on: December 12, 2003 | Views: 130 | Comment

The director explains how the inspiration for this futuristic dystopian film is traced back to the classic Western genre.>br>
In the distant future of 1997, a decayed New York City has become a maximum security prison. When the president's plane crashes there, Snake Plissken, a one-eyed, decorated war hero turned felon, is called upon to save the day in 24 hours or less.  

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dystopian • post-apocalypse • western • new york • future