Tudeley, in Kent, is a sleepy little village with not much to do in it. But just outside the village, a tiny church houses artwork by one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century. Mark Chagall, a universally famous painter of Belarussian origin who lived most of his life in France, designed this church's windows. Why? What attracted an artist of his caliber to a tiny parish church in a small village in the middle of the Kent countryside?