The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits Of John Berger [12A] [93mins | 2016]

Cinema |
17th September 2017

One year before he died at the age of 90, art critic and author John Berger was the subject of this musingly celebratory quartet of documentary essay-portraits, – almost the cinematic equivalent of a festschrift.

Its writers, directors and contributors feature Berger’s circle of friends, prominent among them the writer and producer Colin MacCabe and the actor Tilda Swinton. Intimate interviews and conversations are interspersed with clips of Berger in his handsome prime, the dazzling broadcaster and creator of the television series and critical work Ways of Seeing.


17th September 2017

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