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Michael Beach Nichols,
Christopher K. Walker
"How to Sell a Banksy" should be re-titled: "Christopher Thompson's Extra Crappy Home Movie Featuring Film School Rejects and a Destroyed Banksy Painting".
I'm a huge fan of Banksy and I love his work, but this home-made shaky cam extravaganza is, well, to quote the idiots who made this, "It's rubbish."
You know what this film is like? It's like trying to drink a barrel full of vinegar. Maybe you really like vinegar, but there's no way you're going to be able to swallow down a barrel full before making yourself sick.
If you're a fan of Banksy, you'll HATE this movie. If you've never heard of Banksy, go watch: Exit Through The Gift Shop.
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