‘The best for the most for the least” was the utopian business credo of Charles Eames, who with his wife, Ray, revolutionized mid-20th-century industrial design and presaged the information age. Jason Cohn and Bill Jersey’s glowing appraisal of the couple dutifully lists their accomplishments as creative business partners—the chairs, their Pacific Palisades house, their short films, their Cold War exhibitions—while also too briefly discussing the mechanics of their romantic relationship. Narrated by James Franco, whose script readings are often punctuated by his... More >>>