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Has anyone seen this film? I just saw it last night and found it so interesting. No matter how you feel about "conceptual art" it has a powerful message about how art can touch people of all kinds on a very real and emotional level.
here is the LA Times review, I hope more people will check it out.
Los Angeles Times
"That a beautiful film could be set in the world's largest garbage dump sounds like an oxymoron, but acclaimed documentarian Lucy Walker has pulled off precisely that feat in her profoundly moving "Waste Land." She follows renowned Brooklyn-based, Brazilian-born artist Vik Muniz on a singularly ambitious project: going to Jardim Gramacho, a vast landfill established in 1970 north of Rio de Janeiro, photographing its catadores, pickers of recyclable materials, and then collaborating with them in transforming these photos into portraits created with recyclable materials. His purpose is to inspire his pickers to see themselves in a new way and even to re-imagine their lives"