The photo this image was created from was on I took many years ago. My uncle used to have a sky blue Morris Minor which ended up in my grandparents garden. There it stayed for countless years until the floor-pan rusted out and plants grew up inside of the vehicle.
I think he always meant to do something with it, fix it up perhaps. But he never did, so it became a fixture in that garden.
A few years ago it was finally removed after my grandparents starting having their garden landscaped, a shame but completely understandable.
Found this earlier today and figured I’d take a look. The film is 24 minutes long (may contain an ad at the start, sorry but it’s worth pushing past it).
Filmmaker Marc Isaacs camps out in an elevator in an block of London flats and films the inhabitants offering an interesting look into peoples daily lives.
The schizophrenic gentleman was a particularly sad one to watch.
But you should definitely check it out.
Filmmaker Marc Isaacs sets himself up in a London tower block lift. The residents come to trust him and reveal the things that matter to them creating a humorous and moving portrait of a vertical community.