Dutch is a kind-hearted construction worker; a gentle giant perplexed and bewildered by New York's hurried pace and uncaring attitudes. While setting tile one Sunday with a womanizing co-worker, Marty, we grow to share his confusion as he ruminates about his life and bumps into ever-bustling strangers. The drama escalates to a violent climax as the sweetly simple and immensely muscular Dutch finds himself unable to cope with the inhuman pace around him, all told by Glaudini's gritty realism.
"A fresh reminder of the difficulties of staying human on the streets of New York." - The New York Times