This Wednesday, January 29th, 2019, the film “Histoire d’un Regard” by director Mariana Otero was released in theaters. This first-person documentary searches, with much emotion and precision, the work of a brilliant photographer who has become a myth: Gilles Caron. A must see. Death often travels slowly through a plain of suffering and despair, before striking. So she mowed down my friends and colleagues Luc Bernard (1), Mark Grosset (2), Michel Baret (3) and Gérard-Aimé (4). At other times, it strikes brutally through a broken artery for Luc Decousse (5), or with a mortar fire for Rémi Ochlik (6) in...
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