United States | 2017 | Frederick Wiseman
Frederick Wiseman’s 42nd documentary continues the honorary Oscar winner’s lifelong interest in American institutions. This time his subject is the New York Public Library, one of the world’s great institutions of learning, with 92 branches, an engaged staff, and passionate patrons. The director’s unobtrusive, observant camera takes us behind the scenes. “Frederick Wiseman's next instant classic.” –Indiewire. DCP. 197 min.
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