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The result is an absorbing portrait, marred only by Bogle's decision to use actors in a series of dramatic reconstructions.
This is a major documentary that deserves to be seen by anyone in Australia with even a passing interest in art.
Photographs, archival interviews and rare footage provide tantalising glimpses of the man who has become almost indistinguishable from the myth.
Whiteley's art was landmark, and remains important. The life the artist lived doesn't change that. When this documentary considers the art and the artist, and blends the two into one complex life, it is at its best.
It's a wonderfully vivid study of a controversial guy who, just for once, changed everything.
Fascinating bio-doc about the brilliant, troubled Australian artist...director James Bogle does a great job illustrating his life and the impact of his work, with much in the film suggesting how far ahead of his time Whiteley was.
A comprehensive cinematic chronicle of the extraordinary life, times and art of the late Australian painter Brett Whiteley is long overdue. This exemplary documentary has made the wait absolutely worthwhile.
An informative summary and one that is stimulating to look upon.
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