This documentary film attempts to show the road today as a place of optimism, architectural masterpieces, eccentricity, as an overlooked but fascinating part of modern London. Through a series of thought-provoking and humorous essays and interviews the film explores themes of poverty, failed regeneration, architecture, religion and the road’s illustrious history. These are the stories of the man who placed a T-34 tank on Mandela Way, the most notorious drinking den in London, police brutality, the hidden factories and the people who make the road what it is today.
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The Hill Station Community Cafe, Nunhead
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