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With intoxicatingly beautiful images in magnificent landscapes on different continents, Hank Levine draws a portrait of the life and work of the German artist Ulrike Arnold.
The film shows her method of painting with soil gathered from remote areas across the globe - and even with the dust of meteorites.
The film is a meditation on the beauty and sublimity of creation. The genesis of her monumental work "One World", which is painted both front and back in earth from every continent, ties the film topics into a comprehensive project.