Synopsis by Jack Rodgers
Profiling Tony Vaccaro, who took about 8,000 combat photos of World War II while serving as a private in the U.S. Army. This documentary examines the difficulties Vaccaro encountered as a wartime photographer, follows him as he returns to the sites he captured in his work, and explores the impact that combat photography can have on public perception of wars. Directed by Max Lewkowicz.
armed-forces, army, military, photographer, photography, soldier, war