Auguste Rodin, known to many as the last artist before the start of the Abstract Movement, was one of France's finest artists in the late 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. "Auguste Rodin: Hands of Genius," captures both his greatest achievements as an artist, as well as his struggles with the critics and within his personal life. In spite of the complexity of working in stone and the innate restricted movement of the sculptural art form, Rodin excelled in expressing the fluid motions of his models, and making stone seem as soft as skin. His success and devotion to his fellow countrymen made him a symbol of pride for all of France. DVD bonus features include bonus music from French legends Edith Piaf, Josephine Baker, Maurice Chevalier, and Mistinguett, photo gallery, Auguste Rodin biography, major works of Rodin, instant access to over 30 scene selections, digitally remastered audio and video and interactive multi-directional menus. Run time: 43 minutes
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