A Wonderful construction

United States, 1970

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Discusses the lack of job satisfaction on construction sites in America since the depression. Through commentary and interview, compares this with the ideal city as envisaged by the French artist, Fernand Leger in his painting “Les Constructeurs”. Written and photographed by Don Lenzer. Music by Erik Satie and Frank Zappa.

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