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High-Rise, 2015. Based on JG Ballard's 1975 novel of the same name, High Rise charts the descent into chaos of a 40-storey luxury tower block in London, where the residents lose touch with the outside world as class war erupts. British director Ben Wheatley told Dezeen the film isn't a critique of the country's post war architecture, but was informed by his dislike of tower blocks – and a bad night in a Danish hotel. "In the architectural plan they had to put these pillars in to make the structure worked but they didn't give a fuck about that room, so someone was going to suffer and it was the poor bastard who had to stay in that room," Wheatley said. "That kind of thinking went in to the rest of the High Rise building – it took no prisoners."