Fortunately, this film was shown back-to-back with Schindler's Houses, and both films are clear winners. If you haven't yet heard of Heinz Emigholtz, his features depict the remaining structures of notable architects through the use of sequential exterior and interior shots without voice overs, music and commentary. This is the stuff of everyday life, and its power might very well consist in allowing the viewer to make their own judgments as to the significance of the work under scrutiny. The remaining structures of Adolph Loos take one back to turn-of- the-century Vienna, the era of Klimt, Freud, and Franz Josef.
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