Sunday, May 29, 2011


The clip actually begins at 1:08, not that the introduction is tedious.

I watched F for Fake for the first time this weekend and was very captivated by this part. I replayed it several times. It stands alone without any difficulty, but leading into this clip is a portion of the film about how an alleged art forger claims to never have applied any false signatures to his works, now hanging in the most eminent museums in the world. Who signed them then? Does it matter?

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