Anton Corbijn Inside Out (2012)
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An intimate portrait of internationally renowned photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn. He made a name for himself with his black-and-white photographs of celebrities such as Joy Division, U2, Miles Davis, and Björk. Corbin also made his mark as a film director with his feature "Control" about the life of Joy Division front-man Ian Curtis. Here, we get access to the private life of this reclusive artist, and while the cameras are rolling, he undergoes a change. Corbin takes a break from
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Anton Corbijn Inside Out is damnably stingy with expert analysis of Corbijn's art...There's no attempt to organize the events of Corbijn's life into a chronology, or to trace his evolution as an image-maker.
...paints a piercing and poignant portrait of a visionary talent, and the complex forces that drive him.
Rather pedestrian, over-long documentary about the famed Dutch photographer, music clip and film director.
It's not groundbreaking, but the impressionistic approach at least strives for more than your standard-issue bio.
Goes a long way towards explaining the emptiness and isolation that characterise his work.
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