Or should I say short. Basically it's stills, family history, and a simple reflection on film maker Alfred Guzzetti's father's experience with photography, and how that may have influenced Alfred. He answered questions after the film and made no positive conclusions. Brief, intelligent, made me think about my own influences as a still photographer. If I write ten lines about this, I'll end up describing the film so well you won't need to see it. If Time Exposure shows up on a program of shorts or before a longer film, go see it. Only 9/10 because I think Guzzetti has more to say. I hope he does. May be of particular interest to Philadelphians.
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