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$ellebrity (2012)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 11 January 2013 (USA)
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Celebrity photographer Kevin Mazur gives an all access pass to life behind the velvet rope and in front of the camera.

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Celebrity photographer Kevin Mazur gives an all access pass to life behind the velvet rope and in front of the camera.

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Fame has its price.

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There are 2 celebrities whos named Jennifer and born in 1969. Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lopez See more »

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References Iron Man 2 (2010) See more »

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Bright Lights
Written by Gary Clark Jr.
Performed by Gary Clark Jr.
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Watched this twice.
27 January 2014 | by (NEW YORK) – See all my reviews

Excellent telling of an important tale.

Just because a person has chosen to be famous or is an actor or performer there are boundaries that we have crossed in our culture.

Those crossed boundaries are creating a culture that we are beginning to regret.

A course correction is needed and perhaps the viewer will see that to be true. As I watched this I asked myself: What makes it okay to invade people's privacy to the degree that we have allowed? What makes it my business to see private moments that were stolen for a buck? Might want to ask ourselves who we are becoming by tolerating this to the degree that it occurs. Where do we draw the line? What makes children fair game? I think this film is a useful cautionary tale. Once the genie is out of the bottle where does it stop?


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