Peter Greenaway (b. 1942) is one of the great aesthetics of European art film, who has had a curious and somewhat experimental attitude towards the medium since his first full-length work The Falls (1980). The portrait is directed by Greenaway’s spouse Saskia Boddeke, who steers the encyclopedic documentary with the similar curiosity and controlled inexpectancy than its subject’s career. The screen is shared between Greenaway and his 15-year-old daughter Pip. Boddeke’s camera is often just listening silently their private dialogue about art, life and love. Familiar collage editing and interface-like windows make it apparent that Boddeke’s and Greenaway’s cinematic style has developed together during their 20 years of companionship.