Global Affairs and Human Development • 19m
The documentary revolves around five fascinating individuals who were once homeless on the streets of London, and now lead the Unseen city walking tours as guides along familiar streets. The guides explore unseen aspects of iconic places in London, sharing quirky historical facts combined with personal, 'unseen' stories of sleeping rough in these areas - opening up cultural spaces on two distinct levels.
Director: Upneet Kaur-Nagpal
2012 | 20 min
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