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Dunn's version of this story isn't new, but it has the added resonance of Berry's affable drawl narrating choice verses or answering Dunn's questions over lovingly edited footage of his home and neighboring farmlands.
Encompasses two different films, and neither one of them is, in fact, a portrait of the poet/novelist/farmer/activist Wendell Berry. Neither one of them, despite sincere intentions, is very good.
It's a pleasure to spend 80 minutes in Mr. Berry's company.
In a world in which I couldn't buy Berry's New Collected Poems, I might make an effort to see this again someday, with my eyes shut.
Unfortunately, the filmmaker is hard-pressed to find a new perspective for this all-too-familiar story.
This film is as dry as a Kansas prairie.
Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry celebrates the life of the acclaimed Kentucky poet, teacher, farmer, and activist, Wendell Berry.
Look & See seems to have many objectives, yet accomplishes none of them satisfactorily.
Any advocate for the environment and sustainable farming would enjoy Dunn's documentary.
Poorly edited, underwhelming, and dull, although it does have beautiful images of nature.
A spiritually abundant documentary on the life and work of a humble rural seer.
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