A documentary on the chaotic production of Werner Herzog's epic Fitzcarraldo (1982), showing how the film managed to get made despite problems that would have floored a less obsessively ... See full summary »
During the 1990s, David Lee Hoffman searched throughout China for the finest teas. He's a California importer who, as a youth, lived in Asia for years and took tea with the Dali Lama. ... See full summary »
David Lee Hoffman,
A look at the spirit of New Orleans. First a funeral: Allen Toussaint explains that you arrive slow and cut up afterwards. Then it's food, with a lesson in eating crayfish at Frankie and ... See full summary »
Little-known but extremely wonderful documentary about the title-referenced women, including actress-model Lauren Hutton and Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'Connor. A delightful look at how beauty can be found in the most offbeat places; the comments from the amateur belly-dancer at the end wrap up the movie (and its viewpoint) beautifully. Short and sweet; would make a perfect double feature with Steve Martin's ROXANNE
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