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Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens [Import USA Zone 1]
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A documentary about the life and work of the iconic American photographer - directed by her sister, Barbara Leibovitz. Almost as famous as the people she photographs, Annie Leibovitz is one of America s most celebrated portrait photographers, capturing her subjects from Demi Moore and Nicole Kidman to the GeorgeWBush cabinet with often theatrical or provocative imagination, her work regularly adorning the covers of Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and the New Yorker since the early 1980s. Annie s own life has been private and protected, but this documentary feature follows Annie Leibovitz s career of more than 30 years, reflecting on the influence of her relationship with partner Susan Sontag, and featuring interviews with Graydon Carter, Rosanne Cash, Hillary Rodham Clinton,Whoopi Goldberg, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Yoko Ono and Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gloria Steinem and AnnaWintour. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.
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This DVD is a very well done portrait of Annie Leibovitz and her life in photography. It includes pictures and home movies of her early life as one of six children of an Air Force Officer. While their father was fighting in the Vietnam War, the six kids were marching and protesting against that same war. This is the tale of a 1960's war protestor gone mainstream. In many ways, it's the story of the entire baby boom generation. It's wonderful to see a success story that is the result of talent, hard work and totally without inside contacts. Annie went to work for "Rolling Stone" as the magazine was being born and then grew up with it. Annie is one-of-a-kind, but that fact hasn't gone to her head.
It's well edited and a great treat for any Leibovitz fan.