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The author J.B. Priestley delivers a talk about cross-border trade and communications as a benign force, which he contrasts with the military preoccupations of individual nations.
Words for Battle is a British propaganda film produced by the Ministry of Information's Crown Film Unit in 1941.
Mixing old archival footage with 90’s street scenes of Asians in England, this film chronicles the role of race and cultural identity in the formation of British society.
A teenage boy plays truant from school and spends the day riding around the town and the deserted beach on his bicycle, letting his mind wander as he imagines he is the only person in the world.