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London has always been a source of influence, inspiration and curiosity. Paul Kelly and Kieran Evans' Finisterre tries to identify the dreams that London holds for so many, and the reality of the city - the spaces between the landmarks, the spaces Londoners inhabit.
Presented and scored by Saint Etienne, the film takes us on a journey from the suburbs into the heart of the city over an imaginary 24 hours. Along the way we hear from characters that have influenced or been a part of the Saint Etienne story. Finisterre features the observations and reminiscences of Lawrence from Felt/Denim, Mark Perry, the editor of original punk fanzine Sniffin' Glue, as well as Vic Godard from Subway Sect and artist Julian Opie, folk singer Vashti Bunyan, London-centric author Shena Mackay, and Nick Sanderson from Earl Brutus. Through the interviews and imagery we see London from an insider's perspective. The result is a hymn to London, and an extraordinary record of the city today.
57 minutes, colour, digital video, 1.85:1 (original ratio)