Tea Time tells the story of the Blackheath Tea Hut, a tea stall situated on the A2 motorway, in Greenwich, London, longitude 0°. It explores the day to day life of the Tea Hut for an entire year and paints the portrait of some of its customers. Viewers will encounter - amongst others - the regulars, a policeman, a Catholic sister, one or two foxes and a few quirky nocturnal characters.
Running time: 64 minutes
Notable comments about Tea Time Movie:
"Tea Time makes time to notice, document and celebrate the comings and goings at the Blackheath Tea Hut. With a light touch, an ear for a good story and an eye for the moments of visual poetry in and round the hut, this a film of more than just local interest."
Jenny Bavidge, Lecturer, School of Humanities, University of Greenwich
"Tea Time is an engrossing tale, shedding a spotlight on a lovely London story. The Director has done a great job in getting under the skin of some fascinating London characters."
Kevin Dolan, Skills Projects Manager, Film London
"A very French South London Film"
Amanda Groom, Strand Media Consultancy
"Enjoyed this film and its music about life through a year at the popular Blackheath tea hut".
Peter Macdonald, Carpenter.