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150. Banksy Most Wanted; movie review.

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Cert 15
83 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong language

The anonymity of Banksy has been part of the reason that he is arguably the most famous artist currently alive in the world.
His art can be found on buildings, street furniture and even skips from Bristol to San Francisco.
And yet, despite his works being in the public eye for more than two decades, Banksy's identity remains protected.
Seamus Haley, Laurent Richard and Aurélia Rouvier's fascinating documentary looks into the attempts to unmask him and the publicity stunts he has managed to stage behind the veil.
The latter include the famous moment at Sotheby's when a Banksy Girl With Balloon was sold for £1.4m and then seemed to shred itself.
His former publicist hints at the fun they had challenging the art world and laying false trails about his identity.
Meanwhile, journalists and a private investigator claim with equal conviction that Banksy is Massive Attack’s Robert del Naja, Gorillaz' Jamie Hewlett, and a fella called Robin Gunningham.
But every time the film seems to be on the cusp of announcing the real Banksy, the theory is debunked.
Banksy's popularity is also examined - highlighted by the reaction to art dealer Robin Barton who removed one of his graffiti classics from a wall in Kent but was forced to yield to a public campaign for it to be reinstalled.
Neither Mrs W nor I are particularly into art but we were unexpectedly enthralled by this documentary.
We had been unaware of how Banksy used his art to complement his social conscience - helping communities as well as bringing them together to enjoy his comic strips.
But it is his mystique which is the key to widening his already substantial audience. 
Mrs W and I found that we were late to the party but converts nonetheless.

Reasons to watch: Entralling look at the mystery hero of the art world
Reasons to avoid: Repeats itself a bit

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 8.5/10

Did you know? 
n 2007, Banksy won the Art’s Greatest Living Briton prize. Naturally he didn’t collect the prize in person, wishing to keep his identity secret.

The final word. Aurélia Rouvier: "Our intention has always been to talk about his work, his irreverence, his political and social commitment, as much as the hysteria that his work and his mystery triggers… So each of the investigations by the journalists who had tried to unmask him has been an entry into revealing a facet of the artist." Carole Di Tosti

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