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24 Hours At The South Street Diner | Documentary Short by Long Haul Films from Long Haul Films.

Longhaul Films just released this documentary on the South Street Diner

The South Street Diner (formerly known at the Blue Diner) has been a fixture in Bostonís historic Leather District ever since two brothers, returning from the war, built it in 1943.

Over the years itís been a mainstay for Big Dig construction workers, an upscale flashback and now hosts after-hour customers as Bostonís only 24/7 restaurant.

Filmmakers Melissa and Tom Dowler spent 24 hours filming in the diner, and 24 Hours At The South Street Diner is the result. Along the way, they meet diner regulars, first-time patrons, late-night club kids and past owners, all with a story to tell about why the diner means so much to them.

In a city known for its past history, 24 Hours At The South Street Diner is the story of a living, breathing cultural landmark, nestled in a quiet corner of downtown.

Sit down, relax and enjoy the show!