Coming from a privileged upbringing, teacher and filmmaker Richard P. Rogers passed away in 2001 before he was able to complete an autobiographical film project he had labored on for 25 years. This unique documentary by Rogers protégé Alexander Olch finishes the job, collating over 200 hours' worth of footage into this incredible profile of an upper-class artist of creative gifts and private struggles. Includes footage of Rogers' friend Wallace Shawn. 80 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; Subtitles: English (SDH); bonus shorts "Elephants: Fragments of an Argument" (1973), "226-1690" (1984).