Walls Have Feelings: Architecture, Film, and the City

Walls Have Feelings: Architecture, Film, and the City

Walls Have Feelings: Architecture, Film, and the City

Walls Have Feelings: Architecture, Film, and the City

Synopsis

Walls Have Feelings uses films to reassess post-war architecture and urbanism in London, Paris and New York. It takes a close and provocative look at classic films from the forties, fifties and sixties, including Alfie, Mary Poppins and Rosemary's Baby.
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