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William Raban’s powerful and involving portrait of contemporary, nocturnal London.
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Director: William Raban
A powerful and involving portrait of contemporary, nocturnal London from artist filmmaker William Raban. Reading from the haunting 'Night Walks' text penned by an insomniac Charles Dickens and shooting on the street in the early hours, Raban collides the past with the present and reflects on the relationships between architecture, Imperial power and the less tangible forces of capitalism.
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