Exit Through the Gift Shop
Described by the Boston Globe as “too good, too weirdly rich, to be made up”, Exit Through the Gift Shop follows an eccentric shopkeeper turned amateur filmmaker as he attempts to capture many of the world's most infamous vandals on camera, only to have a British graffiti artist named Banksy turn the camcorder back on its owner with wildly unexpected results. Hilarious, provocative and highly inventive, this Oscar-nominated documentary is, as Banksy says, “the story of how one man set out to film the un-filmable. And failed."
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