I've been thinking about what to write on Inge Druckrey: Teaching to See, the documentary Edward Tufte has produced about his wife, since I found out about it. I haven't been able to come up with anything worthwhile because the movie speaks for itself. Just be aware that it feels like one of Tufte's books in motion: it is contemplative, slowly paced, and full of inspiring imagery. Anyone who works in visual communication will get something from it. In my case, it made me remember how puny my knowledge of typography is, so it compelled me to go back to some books I've learned to love. Teaching to See, directed by Andrei Severny, has a section on information design; it starts at around minute 30. Go sit down, turn the lights off, and watch it. Enjoy.