There’s this older playground in Allen Park, kinda wedged between a subdivision and some train tracks. There’s a ball field in one corner.
It’s not a Modern Safety Playground™, no, not at all. There’s rust and the heights of the slides and swings are… challenging. I’ll tell you, though, that The Boy loved this slide like none other I’ve ever seen him on.
FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #9
THE PARKING PROBLEM IN PARIS: Jean-Luc Godard, 1971, 7 hours 18 min.
Godard’s meditation on the topic has been described as
everything from “timeless” to “endless.” (Remade by Gene
Wilder as NO PLACE TO PARK.)