19 June 2012 2:52 PM, PDT | GreenCine | See recent GreenCine news »

Reviewer: James van Maanen

Ratings (out of five): *** 1/2

Architects are more and more in the movies these days. Over the past few years, we've had the likes of Louis Kahn, Frank Gehry (and just why isn't the Gehry film, Sketches of Frank Gehry, listed on the IMDb or as part of the oeuvre of its director Sydney Pollack?) and Charles Eames getting their very own movie (though Chas had to share his with wife Ray). Now comes Sir Norman Foster, a knight of the British realm, whose name is new to me (clearly, I doesn't follow architecture, at least, not until a movie is made about that architect) but whose work, when you see it all together as you do here, is pretty damned impressive. »

- weezy

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