What would you do if a stranger used you as a pillow on the subway? Filmmaker Saul Sudin, best known for the documentary "Punk Jews," and actor Meir Kalmanson rode the rails to put some random passengers to the test.
Stoically, Saul Sudin says that when he met his future wife, one thing was clear: “We did not look like a match.”
Both were pursuing a life in the arts – he wanted to be a filmmaker, and Elke Engelson wanted to be a professional illustrator. He was a senior, she was a freshman. They met in Brooklyn at Pratt Institute.