Shooting the Mafia review

This is the second year in a row I’ve seen a Sundance documentary about a female photographer who revisits her old work and attempts to put it in a proper historical context. But unlike last year’s Generation Wealth, which traced society’s obsession with money and fame, Kim Longinotto‘s Shooting the Mafia is all about power: the oppressive power the Mafia imposed over the people of Sicily for decades, and the power of one photographer’s images to show these men for who they truly were. Read More »