Love the Hard Way
Peter Sehr (US, 2001, 104 min.)
One of those "lost" Adrien Brody moves like Dummy, made just before his star rose, Love the Hard Way is the story of Jack, a petty thief and aspiring writer (not to be confused with Best Seller's cop/writer) who meets Claire, a woman who changes his life. Naturally, he cheats on her, and when he does, she runs off and finds solace, of all places, in a photobooth. We first see the drying slot of the photobooth, where two sets of pictures wait, while she still sits in the booth. A man looks in on her and reminds her that her photos are done, and she leaves th booths, grabs one strip of photos, and tears it up. The scene looks like the Chinatown Arcade on Mott Street in Manhattan, but I'm not sure.
Contributed by Brian