Banksy’s work now reportedly changes hands for millions. But he puts up his street art for free. Have you ever wondered what would happen if you got your hands on one of these? Does it mean you’ve found a winning lottery ticket or just scraped some worthless crap off a wall? Going up against the Art Establishment, Critics, Auction Houses, Gallery Owners and Authentication Boards in a quest for the elusive meal ticket, two filmmakers unwittingly gatecrash the murky and protective world of Banksy. “HOW TO SELL A BANKSY” raises questions of ownership, authentication and the true value of art itself. Through all the chaos and incompetence comes a modern-day, true-story, crime-theft, comedy-caper.
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Brad S (ag) wrote: This is a truly bizarre film, that has some strong moments, but more that were weak. Stars Honk Kong superstar Simon Yam...for fans of HK movies only.
Coxxie M (ru) wrote: i wish i had counted the number of times the name "Frank" was spoken. probably just a tad bit more than the word "raped"."Good to see you back in town again, Frank.""How long you planning on staying in town this time, Frank?""You know, Frank, we always feel safer, Frank, with you in town, Frank.""Frank, they raped that poor woman and left her for dead, then shot her two sons in the mouth, Fraaaaaannnnk!""Hell, let me get you a cold one............................. Mr. Alison."
Paul D (ca) wrote: Storyline wise, this movie doesn't have much to offer at all. I spent the whole movie waiting for something...ANYTHING to happen...and was left disappointed once the credits rolled. The only thing that I gave this movie the stars for was how amazing Josh Hartnett was in it. He really showed his abitlity to act unlike he has ever done before. Too bad his talents were wasted on such a mediocre film.
Tom R (au) wrote: Ugly film with no redeeming values..
David M (ag) wrote: Not bad for a movie that was filmed in two weeks with a budget of 7,000 dollars.
Lisa C (kr) wrote: OMG! Matt Dillon....I wanted to be at the summer camp....lol
Jim C (br) wrote: "Written in the Wind" might be a timeless classic to some, but I found it to be a dated melodrama. Robert Stack's over-the-top millionaire playboy was almost painful to watch, but not as painful as Lauren Bacall's eye rolling performance. The two are meant to be a contrast with Rock Hudson's Mitch Wayne and Dorothy Molone's Marylee, two people of more modest means who are targets of the rich sibling's troubled affections. A predicable, boring and morose tale, its not one I would watch again anytime soon.