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The film, by Academy Award winner Robert Snyder, which has been shown in a limited number of engagements in art theatres and museums, and swept the nation for two-years on PBS, has garnered high praise from critics. In the Los Angeles Times, Kevin Thomas wrote, "…as the camera caresses both marble and canvas alike, we hear Michelangelo's thoughts about his life and work. It evokes the very spirit of the man." The Philadelphia Inquirer called it a "…serious and sensuous portrait of Michelangelo." And in the Los Angeles Daily News, "…the timelessness and sheer beauty of its images make this film anexperience not to miss." Bonnie Churchill wrote in The Christian Science Monitor, "…like a shaft of sunlight in a dark room, the commentary explores the sculptor's thoughts and emotions," and "…a very personal insight into Michelangelo's work and life."
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