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(171) 6.7 110 min 2018

A portrait of hard rocking band Deer Tick, known for their substance-fueled live performances, on their evolutionary journey to become one of the greatest cult rock bands of our time.

Genres
Biography, Music, Documentary
Director
William Miller

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Friday, 12 Jun 2020 20:17

Some of the best stories ever told are told through a single, solitary photograph. Whether it's a photograph of the moon or a photograph of a child dying of a drug overdose, a single shot of the world is enough to evoke emotion, raise a tear or inspire a word of praise. For many, that single picture will be their only shot of the world, and they'll capture that shot as the best of their lives. This is the story of a single photograph, and the entire world of photography that captured the moment. We, as a society, still have not quite recovered from the cost of that photograph. There are still so many great photographs of the world out there, but so few of them have made it to the screen. For that reason alone, this documentary is absolutely essential viewing for anyone interested in the art of photography, and for anyone who cares about the impact that photography can have on society. What follows are the interviews of some of the biggest names in the business, from the early days of professional photography, through the mid-1960s and the early 1990s to the late 1990s and the present. They cover the many different aspects of the photographic industry and the career of the photographer that was so central to it's rise in popularity. You can see the story of the rise and fall of the "X-Fifty" and the evolution of photojournalism. You can see the impact of photography on people's lives. You can see how it changed the way we see and make sense of the world. The photography, the amazing shots and the film-making are all equally important to the story. This is a good documentary. It is worth seeing. It is a great film.


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