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William Eggleston in the Real World

First exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in 1976, William Eggleston's hallucinatory (and controversial) color photographs were considered by some to be "the beginning of modern color photography." This point-and-shoot snapshot of the reclusive artist by underground director Michael Almereyda (Nadja, Hamlet) remains at a bit of a distance, content to merely watch the photographer at work. Those with an interest in art, however, will find discreet insight into the aesthetic of a unique visionary--even if that visionary remains too reclusive to reveal much about himself. 85 minutes Unrated.