Kevin Carter's daughter Megan Carter is featured in the bar scene where she turns around and says 'you must be Ken Oosterbroek'. Standing next to her there is Kevin Carter's step daughter Sian Lloyd. See more »
When Greg and Robin drive out of the township after they took pictures of the man's dead son, you can see a Volkswagen T5 van in the rear mirror. However, this model was introduced in 2003. See more »
They're right. All those people who say it's our job to just sit and watch people die. They're right.
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Photos of the five main characters are juxtaposed against photos of their real life counterparts. See more »
I am many things; a critic is not one of them. Nevertheless, I just wanted to say how moved I was by this story. I had seen all the pictures through the 1980's and early 1990's, but knowing the hell these photographers went through for a photo, was tremendously emotional. Taylor Kitsch as Kevin Carter was the heart of this movie. I was not sure how "Tim Riggins" would pull this off, but he did it beautifully. If you are looking for an emotional movie that shows what war, friendships, and the sacrifice of loss can change the world, then I believe this is the movie. I would definitely recommend it, but watch it with an open heart.
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