An uncensored look into the artistic process and personal relationships of Christo, an artist known for his large-scale installations. For the first time since the passing of his wife and ...
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The peace of a small town is going to be upset. Through a series of coincidences, acts of violence and corruption, unexpected truths will be revealed and the lives of nine people become intertwined thanks to sudden and stunning changes.
Ethan is a young, shy and rather reserved designer who has suffered from insomnia for many years due to his terrible nightmares. Believing he has a personality disorder he decides to see a ... See full summary »
Sara and Alex lost the son they were expecting due to miscarriage and since that day their life changed. Just when she least expected it, Sara gets pregnant but decides to wait the third month before telling Alex.
Traumatized by his mother's death and struggling to make ends meet, illegal immigrant Aleksandr Ivanov turns to escorting and soon finds himself sinking into the dark world of New York City's sex trade -- and pushed to the edge of sanity.
A troubled young man named Hamilton returns home for the first time in years since leaving for college and reconnects with his childhood best friend, Tucker. The two reflect on life, love, adulthood, and the ups and downs of childhood.
An uncensored look into the artistic process and personal relationships of Christo, an artist known for his large-scale installations. For the first time since the passing of his wife and partner, Jeanne-Claude, Christo sets out to realize, The Floating Piers, a project they conceived together many years before.
The film's premiere was at Locarno Film Festival on August 10, 2018. See more »
a documentary which is one
It is a Documentary on 'The Floating Piers' project by Christo -- his first public project after Christo's wife Jeanne-Claude had died.
In Land-Art terms, art curator's speak, the Floating Piers were an 'on-site' installation attracting a great many visitors -- on opening day alone some 270,000 visitors : And that did cause massive problems : too many people. That is an issue the documentary details, tells about without judgment, without commenting, how Christo and his crew had to deal with it, how it all came about from first design/layout steps till de-installation.
It's a documentary that provides neither interpretation nor big-headed, hyper-intellectual sounding phrases about art, Christo, or the work -- the transitory on-site LandArt -- itself.
Highly recommended. Quite refreshing -- a must for an Christo fan and/or LandArt enthusiast.
scapes me how this could be categorized as 'Comedy', or 'Adventure'
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