Hidden Murals: The Radical Art of Mary Perry Stone

Why show a protest artist's 1990s radical murals? Are they still relevant today? Mary Perry Stone, a former WPA sculptor, didn't drink, smoke or lead a wild life. Her passion was being a social protest artist; it remained so throughout her life. When she was in her eighties and early nineties, Mary painted many murals depicting what she deemed the horrors of Capitalism. Her art was her own, expressive and powerful.

Running Time
10 minutes
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Ramie Streng
Ramie Streng
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English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Comments about documentary «Hidden Murals: The Radical Art of Mary Perry Stone» (20)

Lori O. avatar
Lori O.

Easy to watch, interesting story line. Great cinematography.

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Really loved the plot and action. The characters were really engaging too.

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Bobby Chavez

Must see if you like Documentary

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Dennis Clark

Exceptional in Every Way. One of the Best Films !

Louis S. avatar
Louis S.

I don't care what the nay-sayers think.. this is a good movie, and I thoroughly enjoyed watching it.

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Elizabeth Hamilton

The casting was done perfectly. I don't think I've ever watched a movie as visually stunning as this one.

Marie avatar

Really good Documentary movie! Great story, very entertaining. Just watch it. Cheers!

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Carolyn C.

Absolutely breathtaking and a fantastic way to make a movie interesting.

Joe P. avatar
Joe P.

A very good movie it was very entertaining