Weddings & beheadings

Kureishi, Hanif
November 2006
Prospect;Nov2006, Issue 128, p50
The article shares the author's interest to photo shoot an incidence of beheading. He cites that war photographers distanced themselves from reality of suffering and death. He stressed the importance of having good quality camera and to take pictures carefully and professionally. In addition, the author also wanted to create a film with themes related to beheading.


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