- 1973 ----- color ----- 29 min ----- 16mm
In the early morning light, its twin towers and the long triangle of its roof afloat on the ground mist that shrouds the sleeping town, Exeter Cathedral emerges as a living church, as solid and dignified as the men who built it. From the pages of medieval manuscripts the builders appear with their tools glowing with the inspiration that compelled them to so vast and enduring an effort. The mood of the Cathedral is shared through the people who fill it; the music of the choir on the inside and the barter of the marketplace on the outside.
- Topics: (Architecture, Art: History, Religions: Christian)