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Teenage Paparazzo (2010)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 12 January 2011 (UK)
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Teenage Paparazzo is a movie starring Med Abrous, Alec Baldwin, and Nicholas Barber. A documentary that examines the relationship between celebrity and society.

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Credited cast:
Med Abrous ... Himself / Contributer
... Himself
Nicholas Barber ... Himself
Blair Berk ... Himself / Contributer
... Herself
... Himself
Ebonee Brown ... Himself
Jennifer Buhl ... Herself / Paparazzi
Louis Carreon ... Himself
Alan Chapman ... Himself / Paparazzi
... Himself / Contributer
... Himself
Jonzen Cousart ... Himself / Paparazzi
... Himself
Jonathan Davidson ... Himself / Contributer
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One night in Los Angeles, Adrian Grenier, star of the HBO series "Entourage," encountered 14-year-old paparazzo Austin Visschedyk. Astounded and inspired by the fast-talking, faster-snapping teen, Grenier decided to turn the cameras on Visschedyk in an effort to better understand this unique teenagerʼs world and gain insight into what motivates people to stalk the famous. Written by HBO Publicity

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Paparazzi
Written by Rob Fusari and Lady Gaga
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5 out of 5 stars for me
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This is the best documentary that I have seen and I award it a 5 out of 5 (or rather a 10 out of 10 on IMDb).

Teenage Paparazzo takes you into the depths of not only what it is like to be a paparazzo, but what it is like to be a child paparazzo. The film captures such a unique story and left me thinking, questioning and wondering about our cultural values, our obsession with celebrity, and how it feels to have the lens turned in the other direction. The celebrity talent only adds and enhances the experience, heightening the viewer's experience and inquiry.

I cannot say enough good things about this film and I would absolutely watch it again and again.


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