Michel Gondry on his Brooklyn neighborhood

From New York Magazine:
One problem with the neighborhood is that all the hipsters are very selective on their coffee. They all cluster in this tiny, trendy coffee shop, and then the other shops go out of business. So I think on one hand, the hipster should be a little bit more tolerant of his coffee, because he’s missing out on great places, and great mixture of culture. On the other hand, maybe some of the diners should buy an espresso machine.
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