Mendelsohn's Incessant Visions Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival Documentaries & Dialogue
Erich Mendelsohn never gave up on his dreams. Drawing architectural renderings and sending his abstract sketches to Louise, a young cellist who he hoped would someday become his wife, Mendelsohn was determined to become Germany's most accomplished architect. After the war, alongside contemporaries Albert Einstein and Frank Lloyd Wright. Through Erich's 1,500 letters and Louise's deeply personal memoir, and captivating characters in the development of modern art.
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