Exit opens with the hapless Guetta clambering up and down the overnight urban landscape with his video camera, shooting taggers at their daring work. He tells them he's making a film (despite having no intention to do so) and gathers enough cred through that false promise to get an audience with Banksy himself. Eventually Banksy takes the hundreds of hours of footage from Guetta and produces Exit, documenting Guetta's own bizarre art show as well.
Despite its questionable authenticity, the film was Oscar-nominated and is a great empowerment view for kids. You'll laugh a lot and have insider knowledge about street art—the artists' methods and marketing savvy—after you see this film. And you'll support The Cinema, Inc., a nonprofit film society founded in 1966 that features an annual slate of international films. Admission is by season subscription; nine films remain on the society's season. —Chris Vitiello