Stonebridge Park

Country: UK
Duration: 21 mins
Colour: B&W
Available Format/s: 16mm / BluRay / HD Digital file / DVD
Original Format: 16mm film
  • Landscape
  • London
  • Narrative
  • Urban


Stonebridge Park was prompted by the length and articulation of a footbridge over railway lines in northwest London, the resulting film comprising moving-camera footage accompanied by fictional narration written later. In the first part, the narrator describes events that led to his robbing a former employer, the camera meanwhile walking above a nearby road junction. In the second part, he recounts his panic following the crime, while the walking camera reconstructs his escape route. A final caption reports what happened after that. – P.K.‘…seeking flowers of evil, not on the rain-spattered pavements of Montparnasse, but somewhere along the Harrow Road.’ – Sheila Johnston, Time Out‘…a riveting combination of formal-concrete cinema and glassy-eyed schizo-lyricism: cold, hard-edge, noir.’ – Raymond Durgnat

See also

More works by Patrick Keiller

, 1983
26 Minutes

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