Part 15: Film Moves Full Circle and the Future of the Movies (62 mins)
The story of film comes full circle. After 9/11 the movies get more serious. David Lynch and Darren Aronofsky weave complex dreams, and master director Alexander Sokurov explains his work on Russian Ark. As Mark Cousins' epic series comes to a close, he moves beyond the present to see what the movies might mean for future audiences.
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