One of the world's most storied art museums, home to priceless works by Rembrandt, Vermeer, and many others, Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum commenced an ambitious five-year renovation project in 2003. The effort wound up hitting a bureaucratic and political mire that stretched completion to a decade and ballooned the costs to over half a billion dollars, and the head-shaking odyssey is compellingly covered in this documentary. 131 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: Dutch; Subtitles: English. In Dutch with English subtitles.