|Starring:||Nobuyoshi Araki, Richard Kern, Björk, Araki, Takeshi Kitano|
|Genre:||Documentary - General|
|Run time:||1 hour 15 minutes|
|Rental release:||22 Aug 2005|
|Main languages:||English, Japanese|
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A must watch for Photography Students.....By a customer from London, England , 31 Oct 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]A real insight into the mind of this amazing photographer
InterestingBy TristanWhite (307 reviews) from London, UK , 20 Feb 2007Not only Japan's most prolific and most famous photographer, but one of Japan's best, Araki shows both the mad and the sensitive side of him in this documentary.
This is an interesting piece of film, and well edited. You certainly get a feeling for the man's psyche, and the photos he took of his dying wife are absolutely breathtaking.
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Certainly not lost in translation...By Whipster (663 reviews) from Shropshire , 02 Jan 2007Stunning and at times emotional documentary on the work of Japnese photographer Araki. His photographic recording of every incident and period of his life may on the surface appear as simply obsession, but as several of those interviewed comment, Araki understands the 'place' of photography in the world. From bondage photographs to clouds to flowers, to his beloved Tokyo and dying wife, he produces images that resonant and are very beautiful. Interesting and essential viewing for lovers of art, photography and Tokyo!
A must watch for Photography Students.....By a customer from London, England , 31 Oct 2005A real insight into the mind of this amazing photographer
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