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Kealey Nutt over 6 years ago
I love how humble and passionate Bill is & how the doco captures his joy & pain.
Adam Neumann over 6 years ago
Bill takes selfless dedication and true passion to the next level. True inspiration.
Dominic Dirupo over 6 years ago
Sweet look at one man's 50 yr obsession with street fashion
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
Pleasant documentary about one of the most interesting characters you'll ever come across
Hannah Donovan 7 years ago
Love this man. Such an inspiration.
Calvin Teoh 7 years ago
What a beautiful cotton soul this man has. His humbleness will make you melt.
Emma Dilemma over 7 years ago
a fascinating overview of a NYC hero. What a man.
karisimby 1 year ago
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Hannah Newman over 4 years ago
"Rarely has anyone embodied contradictions as happily and harmoniously as octogenarian New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham. Obsessed with how people dress, he unfailingly dons the same shapeless jacket; a chronicler of ritzy charity events, he tools around Manhattan on a bike. Cunningham's two weekly spreads in the Sunday Style section form complementary opposites: "On the Street" features everyday Gothamites decked out in eclectic fashion statements, while "Evening Hours" captures the rich clad in haute couture. Whatever this Times-produced, TV-ready tribute lacks in tension is amply compensated by the pleasure of watching an enthusiast ply the craft he loves." Quoting Ronnie Sheib in Variety.
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