Thursday, 9 June 2005

Ken Burns: Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright's birthday yesterday was a great excuse to kick back tonight and watch the Ken Burns' 'Frank Lloyd Wright' biopic. I confess, I've seen it before. A few times. (In fact my copy is a well-used gift from a grateful client.) But it's so well done, and tells such a wonderful story -- and it plays so well with a few friends and a martini -- that repeated viewing is a pleasure.

The film is so well-crafted I personally recommend it - in fact, I already have: here's a review I wrote when the film first came to
Auckland a few years ago for the Film Festival.

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