Iain Sinclair

In DOWNRIVER, Iain Sinclair strains the ruins of Margaret Thatcher's reign during the lens of a fictional movie workforce that has been employed to make a documentary approximately what's left of London's river existence. The Thames should circulation throughout the center of the capital, yet lifestyles alongside its beaches has replaced dramatically.

DOWNRIVER is a savage, satirical quest to appreciate how people's lives, a government's guidelines and a mythical waterland conspire jointly in a boggling exhibit of self-destruction.

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