My review of “Shooting Robert King”
“You can be whoever you want to be.” It’s a mantra that’s been repeated time and again by generations of well-meaning parents. But not many take it to heart, and even fewer try — and succeed. Acclaimed combat photographer Robert King is the latter.
But how did he pull it off? Was he paying heed to that advice? Listening to an inner voice? Or was it just youthful naiveté? How does someone go from being a kid with a camera to an in-demand go-to guy for the dramatic battle imagery craved by major international publications?
Those are the intriguing questions posed — and, perhaps, answered — in director Richard Parry’s Shooting Robert King, a compelling documentary following 15 years in the life of one of the world’s greatest photojournalists.
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