"An exquisite, haunting exploration of the complex mind of artist Marc Chagall through the eyes of his daughter As a child growing up in 1920s Paris, Ida Chagall copes with her father Marc Chagall's brilliant artistic mind, overbearing ego, and the tight leash he keeps on her. But as Ida blossoms into a young woman, she begins to glimpse freedom and opportunities for herself. When she falls in love for the first time, her father paints ""The Bridal Chair"" as her wedding present, a symbol of his anger that pierces Ida to the heart. Against a backdrop of the Nazi invasion of France, Ida fights for her own survival as an independent young woman while nurturing the dark creative genius of her parents"
The Bridal Chair
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- Recorded Books, Inc.
- 19H 9Min