New York Times - 09/07/1994
"...Absorbing....Covers a great deal of territory with maximum efficiency..."
The life and work of expatriate author Paul Bowles ("The Sheltering Sky") are examined in this frank biography. His affairs with men and women, his decision to live in the harsh climes of Morocco and his influential writings all raise the question: Who was Paul Bowles'
A documentary about the life and art of expatriate writer and composer Paul Bowles. The film looks at his friendship with Gertrude Stein, his musical career (he wrote a ballet for Salvador Dali and composed music for the theater), and his troubled relationship with wife Jane Auer Bowles.