​get lost in london’s underground metropolis with skinny girl diet and novelist

In new film Get Lost, London-inspired brand Roundel tubes it from Ealing Broadway to Walthamstow to celebrate the city’s youth in all it’s glory.

by Felicity Kinsella
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24 April 2015, 1:36am

From girls dancing on the tube in Ealing Broadway to the Stratford mall roller-skate scene, Roundel has traversed the web of the London Underground to film the youth cultures developing across all 32 boroughs of The Big Smoke. Featuring the trio taking the piss out of society's ideals with their band name Skinny Girl DietNovelist and The Square ("you've heard of a friend circle right? Well, we're a square; strong on all sides,") and the kids from South, East, North and West making, skating, kissing and dreaming, Cieron Magat's film Get Lost is a documentary-music-video hybrid that pulls together the city's young people from the routes they all take - physically and metaphorically. And as a motto almost all of us are familiar with, the film tells us; "Work all day to dance all night." Why? "Cos money makes the world go round."

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