Tribeca Film | Release Date: April 22, 2011
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horizonbtsNov 7, 2015
This is a movie that is based on the the true story of Greg Marinovich, as apartheid comes to a violent end in South Africa. It depicts encounters and violence faced by four fearless photographers, and sometimes they as we watching them areThis is a movie that is based on the the true story of Greg Marinovich, as apartheid comes to a violent end in South Africa. It depicts encounters and violence faced by four fearless photographers, and sometimes they as we watching them are taken back by the horrific events. I always seem to enjoy the true stories that are put to screen, much more frequently more than others, when they are well done as this one is. It always adds to the movie as this one does at the end when we get to see what the real life individuals looked like, and this one also added real life pictures. Sometimes when we get current events or read magazines such as Time we don't realize the perils that are faced by the real life photographers that bring us the window looking in. I would highly recommend this movie as it is very well done both on screen and by the actors and actresses! Expand
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beelzie14Jan 3, 2012
A good film with nice character portrayal despite some ineffective and cringeworthy South African accents. The action however portrays vividly and representatively the dangers involved in being a photographer t that tie in South Africa'A good film with nice character portrayal despite some ineffective and cringeworthy South African accents. The action however portrays vividly and representatively the dangers involved in being a photographer t that tie in South Africa' bloody past. The streets were awash with brutal tribalism and senseless killing. The press of the time were incredibly brave and often irresponsible in their pursuit of the ultimate photo and associated acclaim. The 4 photographers depicted in the film are all heroes and more importantly, professionals of their art. Expand
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