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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LW Guide Tom adds…
No. 23: It Happened Here
How about the Kevin Brownlow 'cult' film 'It Happened Here' made in 1964 where bizarrely Nazi Germany invades and overruns the UK. Part shot in Notting Hill and mentioned on my walk in that neighbourhood.
Adam adds a P.S… on a similar theme, here’s an earlier post on Len Deighton’s alternative history thriller SS-GB. (It will help you get your thinking caps on – we’re looking for your favourite London books soon!)
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