The Marc Chagall video on DVD or VHS intimately conveys a sense of finality through accounts of his life in Czarist controlled Russia and through the bulk of the 20th century. This exhaustive video follows Chagall further through the rabbit hole, from his time in Paris and his notorious stints in New York.
The video was completed a month after Chagall's death, making it one of the most self reflective and remarkable studies of his life and work available. It employs firsthand interviews with the artist and his peers matched against archival footage of his work.
Chagall is considered one of the dominating torchbearers of the modern Surrealist movement before it was even titled such. The video was directed by filmmaker Kim Evans and offers a sobering reflection of Chagall and his notoriety.
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