The modernist movement of the mid-20th century was well represented by the artist Henry Moore. In this 61-minute film, find out more about the work of this artist and what made his works so fascinating. Moore was a sculptor as well as a draftsman who created graphics, drawings and designed monuments. See his iconic works as well as the lesser-known ones in this film that examines his modernist style. From sketching the tube shelters during WWII to creating his large monuments that use rounded shapes to create a modernist feel, Moore's works in many parts of the world are shown to viewers. From England to Italy to the U.S., this film travels to the places where his works are on display. The narration is taken from Moore's own words for a personal look at the artist's life and work.