What Remains
The Life and Work of Photographer Sally Mann

What Remains - The Life and Work of Photographer Sally Mann
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R

worth watching. the film is as contemplative as the subject's photos. much wisdom there, some of it is frugal.

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Isabel

To be able to follow so closely the creative process of an artist such as Sally Mann is an enormous privilege. I found it infinitely inspiring and highly recommend it. She is a generous and nuanced narrator so it did not surprise me to find out she has an M.A. in creative writing and is the ...Read more

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Clare

Captivating, luminous Sally Mann - a pure original. This is a loving and intimate portrait of one of our best American photographers.

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Heidi

Inspirational - down to earth and loved every minute.

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