[Ziff] has a breezy nature and openness in front of the camera,
which means we see her at her best and worst.
| Original Score: 3/5
Viewers will get a fairly frank look inside a profession where huge financial success doesn't require much more, as even Ziff's mother admits, than being "pretty and on time."
A priceless primer on the flip side of strutting up the catwalk designed for impressionable young female minds fantasizing about becoming the next ingénue of the moment.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
The result is a rather revealing film, not only about Sara and the choices she's made, but about the industry itself, with its contrasting pleasures and pressures.
This absorbing, highly personal documentary gives a stripped-down, inside look at a glamorous business, which can often be anything but.
A terrific behind the scenes look at the not too glamorous world of runway models made by an uncommonly perceptive model and her filmmaker boyfriend.
There are glimpses in the film of moments that are surprising and confronting.
| Original Score: 2.5/5
Picture Me carries the annoying amateurish texture of most poorly shot student films.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
A fruitless portrait of commonplace backstage reveals and indulgent mugging.
Worthless as social commentary and clueless as a film.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
I have a lot of questions about models, but none is answered in this film by catwalker Sara Ziff and her boyfriend Ole Schell.
| Original Score: 1/4
This doc is an 82-minute series of nonbombshells: Models are pampered! They have body-image issues! And sometimes they have to contend with the unwanted sexual advances of male photographers!
| Original Score: 2/5