"Directed by Jaci Judelson, Tina Barney: Social Studies follows the renowned photographer as inspiration at home wanes and she sets out to photograph t"01 December 2005Factual57 mins
In this provocative documentary, filmmaker Jaci Judelson follows renowned American photographer Tina Barney as she journeys to Europe to record the rarified lives of the continent's well-heeled gentry. As she captures aristocrats at home and play in ornate city apartments and grand country estates, Barney -- herself a child of high pedigree -- also offers insights into the nature of wealth, privilege and class.
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