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Photographic turning operation

Raghu Rai. An Unframed Portrait
Regissør: Avani Rai

All her life she has been her world-famous father's favorite object. What happens when master photographer Raghu Rai's daughter points the camera lens at her father?

For as long as Avani Rai remembers, her father pointed the camera at her, photographing her in all sorts of situations. "I've never seen Raghu express emotions except through their photographs," she tells of her father, the world-renowned Indian photographer Raghu Rai. But when hun now the camera turns ham, it's about much more than getting to know the person behind the camera lens. It's about taking ownership. . .

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Ellen Lande
Lande is a film writer and director and a regular writer for Ny Tid.

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