CINEMA: Please Don’t Eat The Banksy

NEW YORK TIMES: “Exit” is billed as “a Banksy film,” but Banksy, the notoriously reclusive British street artist, appears only rarely, face hooded and voice distorted. Even so, it is Banksy whom audiences will come hoping to see, stimulated by the canopy of hype that this artist has carefully erected, in interviews and on the festival circuit. What they will find is, like Banksy’s best work, a trompe l’oeil: a film that looks like a documentary but feels like a monumental con. Spanning almost a decade and several continents, “Exit” tells of Mr. Guetta’s infiltration of the secretive world of […]