The last stand of its narrator – a poor creature burdened by neo-classical conceits – against the disgust and nostalgia that have crippled his existence. . .
The travelogue of a pedestrian, which expounds (amongst other things) the convenient but inept supposition that ‘in any train of thought, the END of one is followed by the next’.
Camera, script Patrick Keiller, narrator Vladek Sheybal, additional voices George Saxon, Roger Thompson, sound recordist Derek Taylor.
‘Often enigmatic, sometimes fascinating, the English is as seductive as phrasebook Italiian’ – Renata Rubnikowicz, The Guardian.