The Falconer Trailer

The Falconer Trailer (1998)

01 January 1998 Factual 56 mins

Chris Petit & Iain Sinclair's liminal, laminal tribute to underground filmmaker Peter Whitehead, featuring image manipulation by Dave Mckean & reminiscences from various countercultural characters. A fitting epitaph for an English margin walker.

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