American architect Louis Kahn is credited with building the Salk Institute and the Kimbell Art Museum. Yet he died penniless in a train-station bathroom. Director Nathaniel Kahn, his illegitimate son, explores the mystery in his first feature-length documentary.
Posted August 18 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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