Directed by Scott Willis, this doc**entary film is about the Woodman family who through trial and tribulations were able to create some of the most famous art of the last century. Francesca Woodman’s now legendary black and white photos, most of them nude self-portraits are some of the greatest photography of the 20th century. This doc**entary illustrates many issues the Woodman family went through including parent-child competition, the cut throat world of art in New York City, and the emotional difficulty of being an artist. The Woodmans were a family of artists, but the movie mostly focuses on Francesca. I am not a huge fan of doc**entaries but I very much enjoyed this one. The life of Francesca Woodman was promising but tragic and ended so much earlier than it should have. I can’t even imagine all of the amazing works of art she would have created if she lived just a little while longer. I suggest this film to everyone.