In the mid 1970s, the Lothians became infatuated with marxist and socialist dogma, and united as one under the leadership of charismatic union boss Christopher L. Shark. From the ashes of the troubled 1969 revolution, New Lothian was born and the central east became radically overhaulled.
Time To Go : Preperations for Erasure was made to inform the public about new laws in the region. During this period, hundreds of laws were passed every year and it became frustrating for police and council staff to have to deal with large crowds of the populace that were ignorant to these new measures. A series of films was made to inform the public, shown in theatres before motion pictures and on the television at teatimes. In this film, two citizens have been assigned 'self-erasure' which was quite rare at the time but still a very notable policy of the New Lothian District Council.