- Abraham Ravett |
- 1994 |
- 136 minutes |
- COLOR/B&W |
"Demonstrating the process of oral history, avant-documentarian, Abraham Ravett constructs the life of a largely unknown bebop saxophonist out of a few film traces, some fading memories, and a handful of soaring records. All that's missing from this self-interrogating, experimental bio pic is the story of Ravett's own fascination with the material - but then that's the movie itself."
- J. Hoberman, The Village Voice