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A wonderful, evocative biography of the man considered the greatest photographer of the last century. Cartier-Bressons life reads like a history of the century World War II, China, Egypt, Mexico, India, Sartre, Matisse, Ghandi (minutes before he was killed), and Cuba all became subjects of his famous "decisive moment" style. Interviews with Cartier-Bresson, Isabelle Huppert, Arthur Miller and other luminaries are woven into this indelible portrait of an icon of both photography and the world.
"...insight into the artistic process documenting a man who approached photography with one simple directive: To seize the moment." -- San Francisco Bay Guardian
If one is interested in this man, it is worthwile and insightful.....Published 14 days ago by R. Micahel Roach
How else could you rate a film about the most wonderful photographer of our century!!!!!Published 11 months ago by Elaine Haines
Henri Cartier-Bresson is a famous French photographer, but the presentation of the photos is not effective. Most are not enlarged and all are black and white. Read morePublished on January 29, 2013 by Zarathustra