Faces in a crowd

United Kingdom, 1965

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Looks at the city of London and shows how the Port and the city are complementary, mutually supporting a vast trading complex. This relationship is largely revealed in this film in terms of people - working people - in the markets, for which the city is justly famous.

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David Powell

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Abacus Documentaries


Roger Dunton



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