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A standout amongst the best images in the fashion designing world crosswise over history, Vivienne Westwood, the lady who has an incredible support to bring current punk and new wave designs into the standard. In this narrative film, we see numerous subtle elements from her own life and how she started her profession.
Lorna Tucker's documentary portrait focuses equally on what happened afterwards, painting its subject as a committed activist, an artist with no time for convention or false modesty, and a personality worth spending time with.
It provides a fascinating, involving glimpse of both who Westwood was back in the day and who she is at this particular moment in time, so much so that we genuinely miss her once the credits begin to roll.
Obviously, Westwood is a great talent, and her career stands for itself. But the Westwood who sits for director Lorna Tucker's camera doesn't seem to want to be there and tells her story - barely - with no excitement.