By Matthew Tinkcom
Grey Gardens (1975) is one among most crucial documentary movies of the previous thirty years, gaining the prestige of a cult vintage. Matthew Tinkcom argues that the movie reshaped documentary cinema by way of relocating the non-fiction digital camera to the guts of the family, a personal area into which film-makers had seldom formerly ventured.
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