Facing personal turmoil in the U.S., renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright embarked on an ambitious project in Japan: the six-year effort to construct Tokyo's Imperial Hotel. By the time the building was completed in 1923, Wright's unparalleled influence had extended to his Japanese colleagues. This documentary chronicles Wright's unique relationship with Japan. Film historian Donald Richie narrates, performing as the voice of Wright. 126 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.