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Exposed

Australia, 1996 (MIFF 1996, Documentary)

Director: Tony Ayres

A filmmakers documentary on photographer, David Edwards, who has been taking photo­graphs of naked men for the past eleven years. Hundreds of albums line his shelves. One section of David's wall, he calls "The Quilt'. These are people who have died. "To photograph others, means that you, yourself become invisible". The viewer becomes the voyeur's voyeur in this evocative and sexy examination on the nature of looking, (TP)

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