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Overstuffed with biographical details and taking-head interviews with friends and hangers-on, it's over-didactic and dull.
"Eva Hesse" is a remarkable film about an even more remarkable artist, a woman who playfully and resolutely turned the world of sculpture inside out.
Unique and satisfying ...
Marcie Begleiter directed this warm documentary about the short, extraordinary life of the title artist, who died at age 34 of a brain tumor.
A vibrant, affecting piece of filmmaking that's sure to widen Hesse's following.
Hesse's work has taken its place as a seminal part of 20th-century art, and this indispensable film will be shining a light on it, and her, for a long time to come.
A full and compelling picture is painted of a major talent that the world lost far too soon.
See it for the girl but stay for the art.
Aside from her laudable work ethos, Hesse never comes across as an interesting documentary subject.
Moving, incisive... chronicles the short life and decade-long career of the German-American sculptor and denizen of the 1960s art world with impressive command of both the scene Hesse found herself in, as well as the methods that led to [her] artwork.
It's a measure of Begleiter's documentary skills and her commitment to Hesse's work and vivid presence that such scant materials have resulted in a portrait that is so lively, intelligent, and moving.
A superb documentary on a gifted and eccentric female artist who hit her high stride in the 1960s.
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