Riverside Drive, in front of the Long Center
"...Tod Lippy, the editor-in-chief of Esopus magazine, first learns of Marwencol when he sees Hogancamp walking a doll-filled Jeep. Lippy eventually helps Hogancamp land a show in a fashionable New York gallery..."
"...Future subjects include Walter Bernstein (teleplay, 2000's Fail Safe), David O. Russell (writer/director, Three Kings), Tod Lippy and John Pierson (Lippy is the editor of Projections 11), Buck Henry (screenwriter, The Graduate), and Ted Hope and James Schamus (producer and screenwriter, respectively, The Ice Storm)...."
"...[Note: Tod Lippy is the man to blame, mostly, for Esopus; and everyone should be required to buy him chocolate and Crabbie's.]..."
"..."I've always thought that just because the movie ends, and the credits have started to roll, these characters are still alive -- they still have life," Lee said in an interview with Tod Lippy for Projections 11, a journal on film and filmmakers. "What's happening to them now? Or what's going to happen? I'm not doing that because I'm planning for the sequel or whatever -- I've never done that ....."