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Through candid interviews, archival footage and commentary from critics and historians, this program presents a finely rendered portrait of American sculptor George Segal, best known for his haunting life-size plaster casts of human beings. An important figure of the pop art movement of the 1960s, Segal began his career as a painter but would emerge as a pioneer of an entirely different new medium.