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Film following photographer Dougie Wallace as he finishes Harrodsburg, a series documenting the super-rich in one of the UK's most wealthy and exclusive postcodes.

Photographer Dougie Wallace's eye-catching images capture life on the streets of Knightsbridge and Chelsea in all its blinged-up glory - from women dripping in diamonds and designer shopping bags, to men cruising around in gold-plated Lamborghinis.

This film follows Wallace as he finishes Harrodsburg, an acclaimed photography series documenting the super-rich in one of the UK's most wealthy and exclusive postcodes.

The recent winner of a Magnum Award for his work, Dougie's images are bold, confrontational and divisive. But he is unrepentant about his methods and his message: "I'm just showing what's happening, just shining a wee bit of a torch on things, you know? Don't shoot the messenger."

Told at breakneck speed, the film is a rip-roaring, hilarious and provocative portrait one of the world's top street photographers.

30 minutes

Last on

Fri 17 Mar 2017 02:05

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Credits

Role Contributor
Participant Dougie Wallace
Executive Producer Richard Bright
Producer Jack Cocker
Director Jack Cocker

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