World renowned sculptor Louise Bourgeois lifts the veil on her life and work in this revealing portrait of a modern artist. Focusing on themes of sexuality, femininity, and isolation, her work has been associated with all the major artistic movements of the 20th century, yet Bourgeois was never stalled by the dogma of any one school. In a career that spanned 50 years, she was always at the vanguard, moving from painting to sculpture and finally to performance art. She is known for creating large-scale works, such as her 35-foot-tall spider, Maman, and for experimenting with unusual materials like latex and silicone. In her life outside the art world, she remains outspoken and provocative, as the documentary attests. In French, German, and English with optional English subtitles. Distributed by Tubemogul.