the documentary itself isn’t all that impressive, but the artist’s (goldsworthy) work is. part of the film’s problem is that it gives the artist too much of a soapbox. i think that the film would have been far better if it was about 30 minutes shorter and took a koyaanisqatsi/mystery of picasso approach – no, or very few, words and lots of music. i found goldsworthy’s explanations of his work to be quite obnoxious, pretentious and sometimes full of bullshit. the art, however, is quite good and the documentary succeeds in capturing it fairly well; too bad it wasn’t the sole focus of the film.