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Frank Lloyd Wright

An absorbing study of U.S. architect Frank Lloyd Wright's tumultuous life and career. Using all manner of original photographs, plans, home movies of Wright and disciples at Taliesin West, TV appearances,new footage and interviews with family members and architecture experts, including the late Wright biographer Brendan Gill, the documentary examines the man's stunning virtues as well as his significant flaws.

Year: 1997
Genre: Documentaries, Paul's Favourites, Film Festivals 1999, General Docos, Architectures
Country: USA
Director: Ken Burns, Lynn Novick
Starring: Frank Lloyd Wright
Duration: 155 Minutes
Rating: Ex
7.8/10
Location in store: Documentary (Architectures)

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