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Marnie, Joe, and Nothing
Marnie, Joe, and Nothing

Marnie, Joe, and Nothing 1968


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Marnie, Joe, and Nothing 1968

23 mins United Kingdom

Sharp-dressed thinkers Marnie and Joe ponder the problems of effective discourse and whether it matters at all in this stylishly shot and lushly orchestrated short 1960s experimental film, which also features some great haircuts and natty fashions.

Neatly shot around London at locations including Holloway, Elephant and Castle, Euston and Waterloo, this film features some great footage of the then-empty spot where the IMAX cinema now stands.


Joe Hammond

Marnie Cedar


Student film Amateur film




United Kingdom

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