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Published on Oct 12, 2009
Beatrice Wood was Marcel Duchamp's muse, and she is his last surviving link to those heady times. When this film was made, Beatrice Wood was 100 years old and an internationally recognized artist who had led a remarkable life. As one of the core members of the renegade dada movement in the 1910s in New York, Beatrice Wood was intimately involved with Marcel Duchamp and Henri Pierre Roche whose book Jules and Jim is based on the relationship between the three of them. Several years later the book was made into a film in France. (53 minutes, directed by Tom Neff, co-produced by Amie Knox)