A key figure in New York City's indie film movement of the 1980s, writer/director Sara Driver explores little-seen facets of the city in four early works. A mental hospital patient (Suzanne Fletcher) escapes to her sister's house in "You Are Not I" (1981), based on a Paul Bowles short story and co-scripted and produced by Jim Jarmusch. A young woman (Fletcher) hired to translate an ancient scroll of Chinese fairy tales feels her life being influenced by the manuscript in "Sleepwalk" (1986), co-starring Stephen Chen, Ann Magnuson, and Tony Todd. "When Pigs Fly" (1993) finds an Irish musician (Alfred Molina) receiving the gift of a rocking chair...and the two ghosts (Marianne Faithfull, Rachael Bella) that come with it, Finally, Driver explores an infamous Manhattan neighborhood on the cusp of change in the documentary short "The Bowery─Spring 1994" (1994). 3 3/4 hrs. total on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English; behind-the-scenes footage.