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"A fascinating and enthralling film that begins as a story of momentous artistic discovery before spiralling into a heated examination of the power of the cultural establishment." "a fascinating insight into art world politics and cultural institutions’ ties to big business."
"even though the story is local, its topic of the merits of art criticism, of who decides what art is, and how this is intrinsically linked with politics, economy and power structures, is quite universal. The brisk 70-minute running time helps the doc feel dense and dynamic, and it will certainly find its audience on TV and streaming services, in addition to art sections at festivals."
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