"A warmly told look at a fascinating and important artistic influencer." - San Francisco Chronicle

“‘The film has my name, but it’s less about me, and more about my chief concerns,’ 86-year-old celebrated German designer Dieter Rams said with characteristic self-effacing charm to an audience at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.

“Rams, who is famous for his clean-lined designs for home goods companies like Braun and Vitsoe, has many concerns—the state of the world, the state of design, the way our appetite for shiny, new things is leading us down a gluttonous path of destruction—and he voices all of them in the new documentary Rams.

“The film is the newest from Gary Hustwit, who serves as the design world’s de-facto documentarian having made the lauded Urbanized, Objectified, and Helvetica. Unlike Hustwit’s other films, which center around concepts, theories, and ideas, Rams is very much a portrait of a person, despite its subject’s protestations.”
- Wired


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