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I May Destroy You
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Fascinating doc on the photographer and his famous photo--and so much more.
If you like photography, you should definitely see this! There are so many images out there we see so often and don't really think about. Well, this shows they probably came from Eddie Adams's lens. He's pretty much the man.
Solid documentary chronicles the fascinating and continually surprising life and career of photographer Eddie Adams. Well-made, though it did go on a bit too long and some of the interviews were lacking - it could have been more effective if there was more of Adams speaking himself, as those were the most compelling parts.
I was intrigued with this man's art and how he used it to promote peace around the world. It was amazing to see film coverage of Eddie Adams mingling with Fidel Castro as if they were old friends.
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