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Reporters (1981)

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This documentary traces the unrewarding, cynical and difficult world of photographers.

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The documentary traces the at times unrewarding, cynical and difficult world of photographers of the Gamma Photo Agency, founded by Raymond Depardon, the director of the film. Through their lives, the political and social life of people at large is also depicted. Written by L.H. Wong <lhw@sfs.org.sg>

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The surprise...
8 November 2000 | by (Villebon, France) – See all my reviews

The surprise. Whereas one expects a small documentary " mode " and surely rather narcissistic on the world of the photojournalists, crunched by one as of their, " Reporters " the frightening mirror of a political reality suddenly exposed proves to be. Really demystificator (cf Chirac), corrodent with wish, the film shows the power of the image imparablement, its subversive capacity.


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