London, the British capital, truly is one of the most iconic cities in the world, thriving as a financial and international business centre, a tourist hotspot, an art and fashion capital and a home to one of the most diverse populations on the planet.
As a result of this, the city is highly in demand as a filming location, and is not uncommon for the entirety of a film’s British-set scenes to take place within it. Indeed, it pops up on screen disproportionately in comparison to other cities and towns, as no American tourists ever seem to want to visit the likes of Doncaster or Scunthorpe, and the master plan of aliens, terrorists or other villainous individuals is never seemingly to invade or blow up Melton Mowbray to deny the world of its source of premium pork pies.
Because of this, a countless array of films have seen fit »
- Alex Antliff
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