- Directed by: Patrick Keiller
Three trips across London, taking in the city's artistic and literary heritage and rubbing it against contemporary social and political events from 1992. Presented as a fictional series of journeys, narrated by Paul Scofield, it is a poetic, brilliantly photographed, insightful take on the capital.
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Reviews & features
Robinson in Ruins offers playful commentary on state of the nation - Patrick Keiller profile30 Nov 2010
'As the 2008 banking crisis unfolded, the film gained a very specific context.'
Name Patrick Keiller. Born Blackpool, England, 1950 Background A graduate of art and architecture, Keiller was inspired to make films by Chris Marker’s unconventional art doc, La Jetée. Keiller’s films, beginning with the 1981 short Stonebridge Park and…
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