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Spring and Arnaud: Art, Love, and Mortality (2013/First Run DVD)

Picture: B Sound: B Extras: B Documentary: B

A charming documentary film by Marcia Connolly and Katherine Knight, Spring and Arnaud (2013), focuses on two souls passion for art and love over 25 years. The subjects of the doc are photographer Arnaud Maggs (turning 85 in the film) and Spring Hurlbut who is an artist of many trades and the loving and creative relationship that the two shared. Filled with great interviews, nicely shot cinematography, and a rousing score - this is a great watch for lovers of art and romance.

Presented in standard definition with a widescreen 1.77:1 presentation and lossy Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo track with surround sound (Pro Logic), the documentary film looks and sounds fine for DVD but lacking some of the texture and detail you would see in high def. For a film of this nature though, DVD is fine.

Extras include seven short films including...

Memorial for Arnaud Maggs 1926-2012

64 Portraits

Photography and Collecting


The Final Sleep


Le Jardin Du Sommeil

While only a short 67 minutes, this is an interesting subject that will keep you hooked from start to finish.

- James Lockhart



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