'SEDITIONARIES' PUNK FILM COMPLETED - 2013 BROADCAST
In November 2012, Mo completed a short film about original 1970s Vivienne Westwood/ Malcolm McLaren 'Seditionaries' punk clothing. Seditionaries on the Kings Rd, Chelsea, London was a store that played a large part in the 1970s punk movement. Seditionaries clothes were worn by the Sex Pistols and many of the punks of the day. Seditionaries clothing have a worldwide following are now considered rare collectors items and are very much sought after. The film will be broadcast in Japan and across Asia in early 2013.
Henley's literary reputation rests almost entirely upon this single poem.  In 1875 one of Henley's legs required amputation due to complications arising from tuberculosis . Immediately after the amputation, he was told that his other leg would require a similar procedure. He chose instead to enlist the services of the distinguished English surgeon Joseph Lister , who was able to save Henley's remaining leg after multiple surgical interventions on the foot.  While recovering in the infirmary , he was moved to write the verses that became "Invictus". This period of his life, coupled with recollections of an impoverished childhood, were primary inspirations for the poem, and play a major role in its meaning.  A memorable evocation of Victorian stoicism—the " stiff upper lip " self-discipline and fortitude in adversity, which popular culture rendered into a British character trait, "Invictus" remains a cultural touchstone.