Hanging Around (film)

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Hanging Around (originally titled Is Mr Death In?, an anagram of the name of its director)[1] is a 1996 film directed by Damien Hirst, which was made for The Hayward Gallery's Spellbound exhibition.[2] The exhibition opened 100 years to the day (21 February 1896) the Lumiere Brothers brought their newly invented cinematograph to a London audience.[3] The film has only been seen at this exhibition, and once on network television in the UK at 23:50 on 30 November 1996.[4]


The cast included Keith Allen, Eddie Izzard, Trevor Peacock, Katrine Boorman, Maia Norman and Connor Hirst.[1][5]


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