A story about this — 6 years ago
A few observations: It’s more of an extended interview than a documentary. It’s in French and translated/narrated. There are no subtitles, which I suspect is more of a practical reason, since often his photographs are presented in full view while commentary runs in the background and subtitles would be distracting. There’s a lot of Bach piano music and to my delight Ravel is also represented as well (about three quarters of the way). His passion for the arts is what’s most endearing, specially the part where he visits the museum and talks about Painting, a first love for me as well.