It’s Sunday, so that means it’s time for some lazy morning watching, courtesy of the Watch Video Rewind. While past installments of this series have had a handful of videos in them. As with last week’s installment, we’ve got just a single, longer-form, video for you.
Today, that video goes by the name of Timepiece: The Poetry of Independent Watchmaking with Philippe Dufour and Vianney Halter. As you can tell, we’ve got some bigger names popping up in this particular video.
As I watched this, I was first struck by the high quality of the video, and the great music involved. This really gives things a feel of a well-done documentary, which helps you digest what amounts to be an interview with these two men.
While it only runs about 10 minutes, it is well done, and I feel worth your time to give it a viewing or two.
Tip of the hat to Quill & Pad for highlighting this video
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