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Chartered Streets

UK, 1988 (MIFF 1990, Fiction)

Director: Jeremy Wooding

"I write in South Molton Street what I both see and hear. In regions of humanity, in London's opening streets", - Jerusalem by William Blake, poet, painter and visionary.

Wooding reinterprets Blake's once glorious anthem, using the contemporary British setting as his canvas.
- (TB)

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