A clever commentary on what imitation truly means
I honestly don't know if this is real or not. But it's so well made and put together that I'm seriously questioning the truth of this faux-documentary. Banksy, an actual person, creates this weird commentary, questioning the reason for imitation of art and fame, while at the same creating a perfectly watchable and solid movie in it's own way. I know very little of the Street Art Movement, but what I see of it I can certainly appreciate. And Exit Through the Gift Shop shows the niche little world of street artists and entertains you through every twist and turn in the story. I hesitate to call this a mockumentary, I feel that term applies to comedies, but documentary claims this bizarre film is nothing but fact. It's a hard sell, and I'm not sure who to recommend this to, but it's certainly an entertaining piece that I won't forget.
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