Tonight at Nordic Heritage Museum, Shaun Scott's strange, fascinating, messy, playful, serious, poetic, philosophical, meandering, grounded, compounded, confounding, political, and insouciant history of Seattle. The work, which is long (maybe a little too long), is called Seat of Empire, and this is the DVD for it:

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Yes, the cover for the DVD does not exactly correspond with (or capture) the richness of the content:
The documentary contains good writing, great music, and moments of pure magic.

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