Forever Strangers is Written by Martin Stocks and Michael Brooks (Director).
A troubled artist tries to make a difference in the isolated streets of London. A touching friendship develops between himself and the most unlikely of Londoners, the bond they share inspiring him to free himself of the constraints of modern living and offer his new friend a new life.
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Forever Strangers was made on a budget of £1,500, and was shot across London through March, April and May. Thanks to the support of Film London, Transport for London, and a number of local authorities, the film was shot across Westminster, South Bank, Waterloo, Notting Hill, Greenwich, the Tate Modern and the London Tube Network.
An early cut of the film was broadcasted live on the Internet and TV via Freeview as part of the Ravensbourne showcase transmission.