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A Moving Image is an arthouse flick that cleverly highlights the urban changes affecting an inner-city London suburb

ABOUT as far removed from Guardians of the Galaxy as you can get.

This curious arthouse film focuses on gentrification, mainly in Brixton, with a mishmash of documentary and performance art that mostly works.

A Moving Image is about as far removed from Guardians of the Galaxy as you can get

Nina (Tanya Fear) returns to Brixton keen to create a piece of art highlighting the issues – but at the same time is accused of being part of the problem.

The film includes interviews, scripted scenes and improvisations, all with varying degrees of success.


Amid the genuinely well-crafted moments are performance pieces that hang around far too long, slowing the pace of the film to a crawl.

There is also one of the worst busker performances I’ve ever heard.

This curious arthouse film focuses on gentrification, mainly in Brixton, with a mishmash of documentary and performance art that mostly works
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But this aside, I’m certainly grateful for an independent British film with strong female leads.

Writer and director Shola Amoo is almost certainly headed for great things.

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