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Besides being graced by the narration of Jeff Bridges...a must for anyone interested in the visual arts, particularly the artists who began to put CA art on the contemporary map...as well as for anyone interested in the times in which they live...not to mention good film-making...
it looks cool for some kind of artists
Pretty inneresting little doc film about the heyday of the LA art scene.
Art offers the possibility of love with strangers. - unknown, yet quoted in this movie by one of the key players
Although not highly informative, this is a great view into the West Coast art scene at a time most people didn't one existed.
Very well made look at the LA art scene in the mid-20th century.
great art history lesson
Interesting peek at California art from the beat generation on. They planted the seeds for funk, hard edge, and our contemporary genres such as the lowbrow movement, west coast grafitti, mission school, conceptual art and installation. Narrated by The Dude.
It was interesting and I learned something. Overall though, wasn't particularly blown away or anything.