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Uncritical as the movie is, it's a pity no one's hip to the possibility that he's endlessly repeating his greatest work of the 1980s.
It would have helped if Araki's critics had more of a say.
Offers a fast, efficient and richly satisfying look at an iconoclastic artist and his groundbreaking work.
More of a sketch than a fully developed portrait, Arakimentari is an up-close and generally impersonal introduction to the Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki.
Klose brilliantly captures Araki's spirit, both through his personality and his work.
If Araki is a genius, you get the sense that somewhat might ought to explain why.
Viewers are left to draw their own conclusions, which inevitably will be colored by individual reactions to unabashed frontal nudity.
Illuminating, if not exactly edifying.
Filmmaker Travis Klose does his best to showcase Araki, a man who he obviously admires, in the best light possible and he succeeds.
Araki's pictures can be stunningly beautiful, sensuously arousing, frighteningly shocking or downright weird. Arakimentari is like that too.
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