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Llyn Foulkes One Man Band

Llyn Foulkes One Man Band

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"One of American art’s great originals. Lovable, cranky and brilliant."  - The NY Times

"Undeniably fascinating." - Variety

"An irresistible subject...Foulkes is a joy to watch!" - The Hollywood Reporter

"This film shows us something rarely captured on camera: the relentless, uncompromising attention to detail required to create a masterpiece." - Raphael Rubinstein, former Senior Editor, Art in America

"PROVOCATIVE AND HIGHLY ENTERTAINING." - MSN

"FOR DECADES THE ART WORLD HAD LITTLE INTEREST – BUT NOW THEY CAN’T GET ENOUGH" - BBC (Read the entire review HERE.)

Llyn Foulkes One Man Band
Director: 
Tamar Halpern, Chris Quilty
Country: 
USA
Year: 
2013
Runtime: 
88 minutes

During the seven years chronicled, artist and one-man band musician Llyn Foulkes uses saws and hammers to create, destroy, and recreate two large paintings, one that costs his marriage, until he is at last rediscovered by the international art world at age 77.

With Johnny Carson, Dennis Hopper and George Herms. Music by Llyn Foulkes on his massive, fanciful, self-invented instrument called The Machine.

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