In summary, Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman examines the multiethnic neighborhood of Jackson Heights in Queens, N.Y.It is a hot movie and the most honest movie ever made about NEW YORK city.
Here attached some critis reviews:
By simply contrasting short sequences that each tell a small story, Wiseman constructs a much larger mosaic.
The lightning in the film’s bottle isn’t some generic feel-good humanism, but a complicated one, fighting for its own existence, sometimes angry, sometimes despondent.
It’s hard to write about In Jackson Heights without sounding like you’re trying to write poetry.