Many Beautiful Things
The Life and Vision of Lilias Trotter

Many Beautiful Things - The Life and Vision of Lilias Trotter
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What a wonderful film about an incredible artist, and woman. Really exquisite. I like the animation of the butterflies against the background of her flowers. Her wisdom, her faith are truly inspiring.

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Simply Awesome.

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