Harry Callahan: Eleanor and Barbara

Harry Callahan: Eleanor and Barbara
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Jeffrey

This is a beautiful and simple film that allows the viewer to have a look into the work and thinking of someone who spoke honestly, directly, and beautifully with their camera.

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