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Such a wonderful documentary! A+++ Must see!!
A great look inside the life and work of the 20th Century's most important photographer. Frank is somewhat elusive, so this is a golden opportunity to see the man up close and personal. I must also note, the soundtrack is killer.
Fantastic documentary, beautifully done and a fascinating insight to the life of the great Robert Frank.
Low-budget situation horror that uses a very cheap to make horror premise. This actually has some interest value, but nothing is explained and it takes a long time for very little to happen.
A loving and aesthetically intrinsic documentary on the indelible photographer/filmmaker Robert Frank, that's editing in the an abstract yet deceptively pleasing way.