I would like to think that my future house will never be so cluttered with stuff. But there's something fantastic and cozy about the home of Albert and Gillian Maysles that I found on The Selby.
I've been a fan of the Maysles brothers and their work since first seeing Grey Gardens several years ago. The way in which they captured those women was incredible and I like that there are images and memories of the film in Albert's house. I rented the remake (if you can call it that, you can't exactly "remake" a documentary) a couple of days ago and will probably watch it tonight. I'm not expecting to like it much, but I felt that I needed to see it.