Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Film critic Andy Kellman celebrated the release of Finisterre (2002), the sixth album by London supra-pop trio Saint Etienne, as a return to the surprise they had produced a decade earlier, when they busted into the scene with the dazzling Foxbase Alpha (1992). “Just like back then –Kellman wrote– the record’s flow is delightfully disjointed and apparently made of tangents.” Directed by Paul Kelly and Kieran Evans, Finisterre is a documentary supported on that record, and is about a love letter to London with everything love letters should have. It’s a psycho-geographic trip from the suburbs of East Croydon to all of its possible centers (both famous and secret), which actually looks deliciously disjointed and is made of tangents. And for that reason, for its luminous and relentless melancholy, it turns out to be the best portrait that has ever been made of a city that has too many portraits. Finisterre is the emotional map London had been waiting, and that’s a lot to say. MP

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Year: 2003
Format: DM
Color: Color
Minutes: 57
Seconds: 0


D, F: Paul Kelly, Kieran Evans

E: Kieran Evans S: Dan Chapman, Ian Chattman, Kimmy Sekel

M: Saint Etienne P: Andrew Hinton, Jason Hocking

PE: Martin Kelly, Bob Stanley

CP: CC Lab



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Paul Kelly Reino Unido

Paul Kelly born in 1962 in Farnborough, Hampshire.Taught as a pilot before becoming a musician in his band East Village. He began film making in the early 90's, firstly making music promo videos.2003- Finisterre 2005- What have you done today Mervyn Day?2007- This is Tomorrow2008- Take Three Girls2011- Lawrence of Belgravia2014- How We Used to...

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Kieran Evans Reino Unido

Kieran Evans (born 8 February 1969)[1] is a Welsh film director and screenwriter whose work includes music videos, film and documentaries. His 2012 film Kelly + Victor, produced by Janine Marmot, saw Evans awarded the BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer at the 2014 BAFTAs.

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