When Christian Marclay's acclaimed 24-hour video montage The Clock made its New York debut at the Paula Cooper Gallery a year and a half ago, lines of people spilled down the block. Marclay's film incorporates thousands of movie clips that reference each minute of the day, for an entire day. Moments include those from Great Expectations, The Simpsons, Mary Poppins and Tomb Raider. Now, you can see it as part of this year's Lincoln Center Festival—and it will be shown continuously on some days!

The Clock is showing at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center for free: Tuesdays-Thursdays, 8:00 am-10:00 pm; it runs continuously from Fridays at 8:00 am through Sundays at 10:00 pm (it's closed on Mondays). You can even get updates about the line via the LC Line Updates Twitter.

The NY Times wrote, "While 'The Clock' is accurately parsing real time, movie time goes nuts, rushing past in an exhilarating, surprisingly addictive flood. A door opened in one movie leads into another movie. Questions asked in one will be answered in the next or the next after that.

The Clock // David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, 61 West 62nd Street