Cities around the world are struggling to fix problems brought on by growing populations and our dependence on the automobile. This feature length documentary examines urban transportation systems through the eyes of commuters in Beijing, Los Angeles, Mexico City and London. We hear from a variety of commuters, from an environmental activist in Beijing to cyclists in Mexico City, and experience how their quality of live is profoundly affected by the transportation and urban planning choices their cities make. Can the car be tamed? Some cities are making positive strides while others appear to be heading in reverse.

Currently in Production.

  Fiscal Sponsor San Francisco Film Society




A film by Laura J. Lukitsch.