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Written by Michèle Vice-Maslin Larry Treadwell' Andy Roda' (I)'
Produced and Arranged by Michèle Vice-Maslin
Performed by Andy Roda
Produced and Arranged by Michèle Vice-Maslin' & Larry Treadwell (I)'
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This could have been an interesting film if the filmmaker/photog had shut up about himself for more than five minutes. There are a lot of people in those photos who are semi/pretty famous, and more than half of them don't even get a name tag, let alone be allowed to introduce themselves so that the less informed might know who they are.
What you get a lot of is the following laid over (unflattering, not yet photoshopped) shots of people you end up not knowing: "When I took this picture, I thought about myself a lot, because my ego is huge and I'm a super important guy. In a minute, I'm going to start talking to you about me. But first, let's discuss me. I think that when I talk about myself it's great, because I'm interesting. I know I am. I mean, I'm me!" etc. on and on ad nauseum. It gets so tiresome that even if you're interested in the people who are in the doc you end up shutting it off because the filmmaker is a blowhard bore.
Dude, I didn't tune in to see YOUR baby pictures.
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