It’s The Daily Constitutional Film Festival. And it’s programmed by London Walks Guides and London Walkers. Which is the greatest London movie of them all? The best performance in a London-set film? Your favourite London movie location?
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No. 20: Withnail & I
Withnail and I, the tale of two down-at-heel thesps as they stumble to a crossroads in their lives and careers while the Sixties burn out all around them. Bleak and hilarious in equal measure, the disappeared 1960s Camden Town of Withnail & I is particularly memorable. Did you know that you can still see the wolves’ enclosure from Regent’s Park just as Withnail does at the end of the movie? Here’s that famous scene…
Adam, journalist, author and part-time musician, spends much of his time endeavouring to live up to his countryman J.M. Barrie's famous remark: "There are few more impressive sights in the world than a Scotsman on the make." His journalism has appeared in a variety of national newspapers and magazines and he is the Editor of The Daily Constitutional.
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