His work is intimate, impressive and without bias. Whenever Anatol Kotte approaches his protagonists, we are confronted with a moment of surprise, accuracy and pragmatism. His lens catches what many might find unexpected: the soft genuineness which signifies the strong emotional power of the character.
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