Patrick Keiller's surrealist travelogue follows Robinson and his unnamed associate criss-cross London as they attempt to make sense of the chaotic nature of their city's modernity.
Keiller uses real images and real events - the essences of documentary - in order to create a fictional narrative; one which sees the ordinary and banal rejuvenated as something far stranger, far more mysterious.
Tickets, for which there is no charge, are available from the bar in the hour prior to the film. There will be an interval approximately half-way through.
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