Dir: Jason Cohn & Bill Jersey
Print Source: Madman Entertainment
M - Recommended for Mature Audiences
James Franco narrates this beautiful portrait of the visionary husband and wife team Charles and Ray Eames, who, between them designed the second-half of the twentieth century.
The couple left their iconic mark on America, from furniture to photography, fine art to architecture, interior design to film and even the visionary 1971 exhibition called A Computer Perspective. The Eames’ creativity alongside that emerging from the team at the Eames Office created a modernist renaissance. Contemporary interviews and archive footage are deftly edited, constructing a vibrant portrait of the couple, as well as the Eames Office, that mirrors the creativity for which they were famous.
“an extraordinary and enjoyable history of how two people influenced so much of our thinking and surroundings today.” – Seattle Times
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