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Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff

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Craig McCall

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About the Movie

A passionate film about Jack Cardiff, the legendary cinematographer, reveals a unique figure in British and international cinema. Cardiff’s career spanned an incredible nine of moving picture’s first ten decades and his work behind the camera altered the look of films forever through his use of Technicolor photography. Featuring never-before footage of some of cinema's greatest talents like Sophia Loren, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews

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96%
  • Reviews Counted: 28
  • Fresh: 27
  • Rotten: 1
  • Average Rating: 7.7/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: Asked if movies were a "tragic" industry, Cardiff replies, "I think it's a nonsensical thing, job, to be in, because it's full of hypocrisy, hyperbole, just about everything you can think of." Yet his example demonstrates just how worthy it can be. – Andy Webster, New York Times, May 12, 2011

Fresh: The lack of personal detail can be frustrating. Yet it suits its subject's gentlemanly reserve. – Sheri Linden, Los Angeles Times, Jun 2, 2011

Fresh: Destined to become a perennial for film buffs everywhere, the explicitly titled Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff pays well deserved tribute to the legendary cinematographer who also became a respected director in his own right. – Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter, May 9, 2011

Fresh: Director Alan Parker nicely describes the tightrope teeter of Cardiff's hothouse imagery: "It's great art, and then it will be kitsch, and then it will be art again." Or is he summing up cinema itself? – Nick Pinkerton, Village Voice, May 11, 2011

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