Poverty in 1960s Islington, North London from the Kinolibrary Archive Film Collections. To order the clip clean and high res for your commercial project or to find out more visit http://www.kinolibrary.com. Available in 2K. Clip ref CC166.
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EXT gritty run down street, Islington North London, black woman in her 30s walks along, Georgian buildings. Slum. INT old house HA black boys down stairway, black British family home. EXT black woman along Islington street speaks to camera says ‘immigrants have particular problems in an area such as this of prejudice and discrimination’.
INT cramped kitchen, pan mother and 5 children, could be Irish family. INT bedroom, Indian mother and 3 boys getting dressed. EXT black woman talks about how boys have to play football in the street. EXT street, run down terraces, black and Indian boys playing football on the street.
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