فيلم Harry Benson: Shoot First

Harry Benson: Shoot First

Harry Benson: Shoot First is a movie starring Harry Benson, Carl Bernstein, and Bryant Gumbel. What we know today about many famous musicians, politicians, and actresses is due to the famous work of photographer Harry Benson. He...

Other Titles
The Harry Benson Project, Harry Benson: dispara primero, ハリー・ベンソン 写真は語る
Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Matthew Miele, Justin Bare
Writer
Justin Bare, Matthew Miele
Actors
Ralph Lauren, Harry Benson, Carl Bernstein, Bryant Gumbel
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

What we know today about many famous musicians, politicians, and actresses is due to the famous work of photographer Harry Benson. He captured vibrant and intimate photos of the most famous band in history;The Beatles. His extensive portfolio grew to include iconic photos of Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson, and Dr. Martin Luther King. His wide-ranging work has appeared in publications including Life, Vanity Fair and The New Yorker. Benson, now 86, is still taking photos and has no intentions of stopping.

Comments about documentary «Harry Benson: Shoot First» (20)

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Matthew C.

I loved this documentary. The interviews with the people involved are interesting and a bit weird. As a kid I had this fascination with the old John Wayne movies. I loved the interviews with Howard Hawks, Sal Mineo, and Val Kilmer. I also loved the interviews with Martin Balsam, who made "The Deer Hunter". I am glad I have this documentary on VHS. I would like to see it on DVD. I am sure that many people would enjoy this documentary. I would like to see the movie version.

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Richard S.

I have to say I was very surprised to see this documentary and how well it went. I went to see the film with the understanding it would be a fairly conventional political documentary. It was very different, however, to what I expected and the result was a very effective and well done film. It is a very interesting documentary that presents a very critical look at the history of the relationship between the U.S. and Iraq. I would have liked to see more information about the roles played by the various countries in Iraq. However, I would say that this is a very balanced documentary that will not be offensive to the American people. It is very well done and well worth seeing.

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Virginia Pearson

A very entertaining documentary. If you have a love of the 1980's, this is a must see. It covers everything from fashion to music to fashion to music to music. It's fun, and informative. The makers of this documentary did a great job capturing the atmosphere of the 1980's. The fashion is stunning, the music is terrific, and the music videos are just outstanding. I love how they used songs from the 80's like "Get Lucky" and "I'm Your Man". It's great to see that these two songs are now classics. It's not just a great documentary, but a great film.

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Cynthia

This is a documentary film about the different ways that the Secret Service handles the president's protection. It is interesting to see the differences in the methods the Secret Service uses to protect the president compared to the way they used to protect him when he was first elected. While this film is definitely not "true", it is still an interesting look at the Secret Service's past and how they were first trained to protect the president. Although this film is not "true", it does show some interesting details about the way that the Secret Service is trained today, in order to protect the president. The film shows how the Secret Service has changed over the years, as well as the fact that they use different methods when they are dealing with the president. For example, the Secret Service has been using the same method of protecting the president that they used to protect him when he was first elected. It is interesting to see how the Secret Service has changed over time, as well as how the methods have changed. While this film is not "true", it does show some interesting details about the way the Secret Service is trained today, in order to protect the president.

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Harry

If you are a gun owner and are concerned about your gun rights, this documentary is for you. I am a gun owner and this documentary made me realize just how far I have to go to keep my guns and my family safe. The Director and Producer did a great job of telling this story from the gun owner's point of view. They used many clips of gun owners talking about the importance of their gun rights and many of the people in the background were family members of gun owners. This was a great way to show that even though gun owners don't want to be called gun nuts, they are afraid that if they are seen as gun nuts, they will lose their rights. It is important to realize that the gun lobby, the NRA, has been the biggest supporter of the gun lobby. The NRA has spent many millions of dollars trying to keep the gun lobby in power. And gun owners have also been afraid to have their rights questioned. The Director and Producer used many clips from pro-gun documentaries and many interviews from gun owners, to show that the gun lobby is not the only lobby trying to take away our gun rights. This is a great documentary for gun owners and gun owners who want to protect their rights. I strongly recommend this documentary.

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Pamela

I have never written a review on this site before, but this film made me want to. I've been a gun enthusiast for a while and I have a number of guns, including some that I own and that I think are accurate to the facts. I also am a hunter. I love hunting. I am a very large man and I have to be quite tall. I can usually pull a deer by myself, but I've never been to the field and had to shoot a deer, so I can't say I'm an expert on the matter. I don't know how accurate the real Colt is to the field, but I have always admired the real Colt and I think that this film is quite accurate. I'm also a little concerned that the gun was made in the same year that the events of 9/11 occurred. The gun was made in the late '60s and early '70s. So, it was probably manufactured a few years before 9/11 happened. This film, although flawed, does a great job of giving the viewer a good idea of what it was like to shoot a Colt. The interviews are very good and there are many excellent actors in the film. I really do believe that this film will get people interested in hunting and shooting. My only problem with the film was the lack of background information on the gun. If you have never been to the field and have never shot a Colt, you might not get a good understanding of the process and the characteristics of the gun. I thought that the makers of the film did a good job of giving the viewer a good idea of the process. I would also like to add that the movie is very accurate. I don't believe the movie was made to be pro gun control, or anti gun control. I think that it's just a good movie that gives the viewer a good picture of what it's like to shoot a Colt.

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Ann J.

This movie was a great compilation of historical and current news footage. I enjoyed the fact that the documentary was filmed by a professional news crew. The news footage was great, the documentary was even better. It was interesting to see the interviews with the top news producers and news executives from different countries. I also liked the fact that the documentary was shot with an actual news crew. I think that this documentary would be a great tool for teaching history class. I enjoyed the fact that it was shot with a professional news crew and I think that it would be very educational for my History class. The documentary did not focus on the top news executives or the most important news stories but rather the major news stories of the day. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in history or journalism.

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Eric

As a huge fan of documentaries, I was excited to see this on TV. It is a great piece of work. I had no idea about the history of the shoot first rule. It is such a shame that it does not exist in this country. Hopefully, it will become more widely known and become a national movement. The only thing I didn't like about it was that they were forced to show the film in black and white. I'm not a fan of black and white films, but I can see the reason. It would have been so much more effective. But overall, I was very impressed with the work of these people.

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Stephanie

I agree that some of the photos are a little shaky, but the overall point of the film is well made. I enjoyed the fact that the men are "hiding in plain sight" and that they are acting out their own lives and in a way they are forced to. It's interesting to see a documentary of this nature that does not portray the "hero" as a "superhero" and it's not just a bunch of soldiers and a personal story that is told in the film. The men are as real and as good as they can be, and this is a really interesting look at the lives of those who served in the military.

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Anthony Johnson

I just finished watching this film and was very impressed by the quality of the work. It was a very thought provoking film, and the story and subject matter is interesting. I thought it was very well made and well paced. The images of the middle east, the American population, and the US foreign policy were very powerful and well acted. I was very impressed with the work of the crew and especially the cinematography and color correction. The locations were very real, and the camera work was extremely well done. I will be looking forward to more films by the crew.

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Howard

I am a big fan of the "Masterpiece Theatre" world. I enjoy watching these films for a variety of reasons. For one, I think they are exciting and a great way to spend an evening. They do not require a lot of skill to watch and the stories are almost always entertaining. The dramas and comedies tend to be a little predictable and tend to be filled with cliches. The Masterpiece Theatre films however are original and can keep the viewer entertained. I would recommend these films to anyone who is looking for a great evening of entertainment. I would say that anyone who enjoys movies should check out the Masterpiece Theatre films.

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Christina Anderson

There are some very good things about this movie. The cinematography is beautiful. There is a lot of "scary" imagery. The story is intriguing. The characters are very interesting. The overall feel of the movie is that of an intelligent thriller. However, the story is very predictable. The story is told by a guy who has been a professional killer for years and years and then tells his story. It is a very predictable story. You know what is going to happen a mile away. The characters are very boring. The movie is about this guy who kills people and is killing people. There is not a lot of character development. The story is predictable. The killer is so bland and boring. The whole movie is boring. The movie is extremely predictable. If you are a fan of the genre, I recommend this movie. If you are a fan of a good thriller, I recommend this movie.

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Diane

The subject of the film is the often overlooked and under-appreciated role of police officers in the community they serve. The officer in this film is Sgt. David King (Nelson), who has the unique opportunity to work in a law enforcement unit with a very low arrest rate. As a result, he is able to work in a community where he is not always a first responder, but a final response, but he is able to stay positive, maintain a positive attitude and follow the code of ethics. We see him go through a lot of stress, through a lot of emotions. He is willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done, and he is willing to make mistakes. This documentary is also important because it shows that these officers are not "good" cops. Sgt. King is the perfect example of an officer who has done a good job, but has made mistakes, and it is up to him to clean them up. He is not a "bad" cop, he is just not perfect. I have to give special recognition to the man who played Sgt. King. It is very difficult to be an officer and act like Sgt. King, but he is able to do it. His body language and mannerisms are very convincing, and it is very hard to not like him. I hope that we will see more of this officer in the future. I hope that we see more of these men and women in the future. This is an important film that is worth seeing. I would recommend it to everyone.

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Marilyn Stone

This is a well-made documentary on the history of gun control in the United States. There is a lot of misinformation about the historical record, but that is part of the point. The real story is not that guns were all that common in America in the nineteenth century, but that the law was really a very weak form of government. The movie also offers some information about why the American frontier was so hostile to gun control. While the movie is not in any way conclusive, it is certainly worth a look.

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Doris

With its subject matter, this film seems a bit much to do with an issue of guns in the U.S., but in fact, the issue is very much relevant to anyone who values their own freedom. For those who feel threatened by the U.S. government, the film provides a way to see that the U.S. government may be more totalitarian than it seems at first glance. It is a reminder that the U.S. government is not really the best that it has been portrayed in the media, and that the U.S. government is the one that can actually do some bad things. The film is a bit long, but it is worth watching. I rate it 8/10.

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Daniel G.

I saw this movie on HBO last night and I can't get over the fact that I had no idea what to expect. I was expecting a bunch of guys in suits talking about how "disappointing" the economy is and how "no one cares about the future". I thought they were going to talk about how President Reagan has a great future and that the Republicans are making every effort to destroy it. I didn't know that this movie was a documentary, but I figured they might have something to say about how the economy works and why people should care. Instead, they talk about what the government is doing to create the wealth for people. I was just left wondering what the point was, and why the hell did they have to talk about what the government is doing to create wealth for people. I also think that the point of the movie is lost on people who don't know anything about the economy. They talk about how things are bad and people are just "suffering" but never go into any details about how the economy works. I think that's where the movie lost me, because it was just talking about the problem, but never going into the details of how the economy works. There were some other things in the movie that were interesting, but I think they were just thrown in to make it seem like it was something new. Like how the government is taking care of everything for people. But, the movie never goes into detail about how it works and what it's like. I'm not saying this movie is terrible, but I think it's still a bit weak. I mean, I think the movie could have done a lot more with it's points. It just seemed like the movie was just thrown together to make it seem like it was something different, but I think it's just weak. Maybe the movie could have been better if it was just a documentary about the economy and not a movie about the economy. If you want to see a great documentary about the economy, watch "The Best We've Ever Had", or "The Way We Were", or even "The Big Short" or "The Big Picture". If you want to see a great movie about the economy, see "Wages of Sin", or "Gone with the Wind", or "The Godfather" or "The Shawshank Redemption", or "A Night at the Roxbury", or "The Big Short", or "The Social Network", or "The Big Picture".

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Virginia B.

This is a compelling documentary on the alleged "ten-year campaign" of an anti-semetic group known as "The Family". The subject of the film is "The Family" and it is intriguing to see how it is described by their members and friends. The group, known for its right-wing political and social views, is led by the charismatic John Steed. John Steed is a former Catholic priest who has a lifelong anti-semitic and anti-gay stance. During the 1990s he and his group formed a paramilitary paramilitary group and used their church and political influence to carry out various acts of violence and intimidation against homosexuals and people of color. He also used his church and political influence to launch a media campaign to discredit the family and smear them with the accusation that they were racist, homophobes, and racists. The film includes several interviews with Steed and his former colleagues, but it is the statements of his former wife Karen (Jill Hays) and his current wife Lisa (Sarah Grier) that are most revealing. The "Ten Year Campaign" is a compelling and at times disturbing account of the group's history. The interviews with Karen and Lisa provide fascinating insight into the mindset of John Steed and how his former group treated homosexuals. However, these comments are so incisive that the documentary becomes a fascinating and even compelling documentary. The film also includes interviews with the group's leader John Steed and his wife Lisa. The interviews are more often than not candid and provide some fascinating insight into John Steed's views. However, it is the statements of John Steed's wife Karen that are the most revealing. She describes her husband as a "hateful little man" who is not even remotely tolerant of homosexuals. John Steed, who is depicted as being the most hateful of the group, constantly refers to homosexuals as "retards" and "retarded". Karen also describes John Steed as being "very violent" and "very crazy". Karen also describes John Steed as being a "monster" and a "sociopath". The documentary is well made, but is not a particularly insightful film. The film is interesting and the interviews are fascinating but the film is not particularly insightful. Still, it is a good film and is a compelling and important film.

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Barbara Walters

This film is a good story about a man who tried to become a cop in a small town in the 1970's, but ended up in jail for a crime he did not commit. The film shows his attempt to get out, but the odds were against him. The film also gives a good look at the police force, which was very different from today's. The film is a good one to watch. It is good to know what kind of police force was like back then.

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Kathleen A.

I found this documentary to be very entertaining. It's one of those documentaries that really only matter when they make their way to the end of the film. The documentary is more about the artist than the actual events. The documentary shows what happens behind the scenes in the film. The art/photography is amazing. They capture everything and even include some interviews with the actors. The documentary is a great way to learn more about the work of the film makers. I recommend watching it.

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Bruce

Dennis "The C.I.T. Guy" Moore is the brains behind "The C.I.T. Guy," a website that turns people into SWAT members. His first mission is to make a bunch of people go to a gun show, but they get swarmed by the C.I.T. Guys. They beat the guys up, but in the end, he saves the day. And the rest of the movie is Moore's story of being a bad guy. He's on the run from the C.I.T. Guys, who want him to kill more people, and he's convinced that they're after him, too. The best part of the movie is Moore's narration, which he does in a tongue-in-cheek way. It's a real treat. There's some excellent stuff on the other side of the camera as well. I recommend it. 8/10