What Remains 2005

What Remains 2005

What Remains 2005
Not Rated | 1h 20min | Documentary | 2005 (USA)


A look at the creative process of celebrated photographer Sally Mann.

User review:

This film premiered at Sundance ’06 and I was one of a privileged few who chose an 8:00 am screening of something that sounded, on the face of it, macabre and grotesque. A friend who grudgingly accompanied had even lower expectations than I did.

We were blown away.

American culture as a whole has a neurotic, practically phobic relationship with death. The miracle of Cantor’s film-making in “What Remains” is that, like his subject, he manages to create art that takes as its subject on of our last remaining taboos, wringing beauty from a subject matter that, taken on the face of it, seems the polar opposite.

I will be purchasing the DVD when it is released, and setting my TIVO to capture this when it premieres on HBO. I will be one of those maddening people who forces friends, family, heck, even total strangers to watch something they have no desire to watch–and I suspect that by the end of a first viewing, they, like the friend who saw the film with me, will have been deeply and permanently moved by the experience.

Director: Steven Cantor
Stars: Sally Mann, Karen Bailey, Richard Jantz
Country: USA
Language: English
Release Date: 2005 (USA)
Also Known As: Afto pou apomenei


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Format : AVI
Format/Info : Audio Video Interleave
File size : 700 MiB
Duration : 1 h 20 min
Overall bit rate mode : Variable
Overall bit rate : 1 215 kb/s

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2 Responses to What Remains 2005

  1. Jan says:

    Very sad:
    Emmett Mann. The only son of Sally Man was a very very pretty boy. He ultimately became schizophrenic and committed suicide on 05.06.2016.

  2. Gerald L. Austin says:

    A very interesting movie. Sally gets into things that I have no interest in. She came to my attention about six years ago because I discovered her nude photographs of her children. That, really was why I had any interest in her work. In this movie I was amazed at the size of the cameras she uses, and all of the work that she does to take pictures. An interesting video.

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