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RE:  the MOMI (Moving of the Moving Image) in London, I highly recommend
it.  ANd yes, it's better to postphone stuff like the Tower of London in
favor of MOMI.  One particular note of interest is that it's not America
Focused or Eurocentric, as is much of the Smithsonian and film museums
here.  Instead, it focuses on German Expressionism in places, and so forth.
A very interesting, informative, and cool place.  A MUST SEE!
 
Donna Harrington
University of Maryland, College Park

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