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Genres: Drama
Actors: Ryan Phillippe , Malin Akerman , Taylor Kitsch , Neels Van Jaarsveld , Frank Rautenbach , Nina Milner , Jessica Haines , Russel Savadier , Lika Van Den Bergh , Kgosi Mongake , Patrick Shai , Alf Khumalo , Craig Palm , Nick Boraine , Patrick Lyster
Director: Steven Silver
Country: Canada, South Africa
Year: 2010
IMDB Rating: 6.7/10 (4597 votes)

A drama based on the true-life experiences of four combat photographers capturing the final days of apartheid in South Africa.

Film Review

The really successful thing about the movie is that the director apparently (I wasn't there to know how truthfully) managed to reproduce in a convincing, graphic manner the real atmosphere of combat photograph shooting. What Marinovich (and Silva) wrote down as separate accounts of the events, tensions and dangers of taking the most striking and memorable photographs, Silver just develops in well-organized scenes. Greg's crazy visit to the hostel – the step that brought him into the "club" and turned him into a world-renowned photographer – was particularly dramatic and colorful. Otherwise, the movie has not created any story of its own – it just has just patched up the highlights in Marinovich and Silva's book and bound them together within the loose frames of a dull and uninspiring story of the four "bang bang club" photographers meeting, working together and coping with the existential and ethical issues of their vocation. Perhaps Silver did not w…

"Everybody, at the end of the day wants to come back with the best shot." A true story about four combat photographers (even filmed in the actual area) documenting the end of apartheid in South Africa. This movie shows us a side of war we rarely ever see, the side of the photographer shooting a camera instead of a gun. This is a very good movie that deserves to be watched, but it is very slow moving through out most of the movie. This movie seemed to be constantly evolving, much like the characters. Taking the pictures starts as a way to make money, win awards and become famous. Next, it becomes a movie in which the photographers defend their work, and finally it becomes much more then just taking pictures. Their work becomes a way to educate the rest of the world about what is happening in that part of the world. Overall, a very good but slow moving movie. I recommend it, but you must be in the mood to watch it. I give it a B-.Would I watch again? – I don't think I wou…

The irony of a movie about photography, directed by someone who's apparently never heard of a TRIPOD! There's way too much of this idiotic trend in film making of this intentional hand held "effect" by continually moving the camera around, up and down, zoom in-out, shake, shake shake. It's sad to see this tawdry television fad finding its way into big screen movies. I would have really liked to see this film but I couldn't even finish the movie. It gave me a headache. Too bad, I suspect it had subject content that I would have found to be very interesting. I certainly hope this camera shake fad doesn't go much further. It's ruining a number of otherwise tolerable and some rather good scripts.

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