Never formally educated as an architect, American original Bruce Goff began his apprenticeship at age 12, developing a style that stood far apart from most of his 20th-century contemporaries. Primarily seen through a series of filmed filmed photographs, Heinz Emigholz's unusual documentary reveals Goff's controversial creations in detailed images of 62 separate buildings. The absence of explanatory commentary allows viewers to interpret Goff's singular work for themselves. 100 min. Standard; Soundtrack: German stereo; Subtitles: English; audio commentary; biographies; "making of" featurette. In German with English subtitles.