Looks at the competition among paparazzi for celebrity photos. The film focuses on Victor Malafronte, a photographer who aggressively pursues his celebrity prey, who include Michael J. Fox, John F. Kennedy, Jr., and Madonna.
This is an entertaining documentary about the frenzied competition among paparazzi for celeb photos. It follows Victor Malafronte who pursues the likes of Michael J Fox (with wife and baby) and John Kennedy Jr (on rollerblades). He admits he has little sympathy for the privacy of his prey.Written by
"Blast'em" (1992): This is a vanity documentary which means the people who wanted to be documented had a documentary made about them. Pathetic, right? Well, NOT if you're them and you're THAT convinced you're deserving of more attention than anyone ever seems to give you and your "art". This is about some of the awful people who stalk stars and other faux news-worthy characters in Here Today / Gone Tomorrowland. Paparazzi. If YOU had a film made about you and your daily exploits but it showcased your whining, foul mouth, unprofessional and illegal behaviors, sneaky tricks, and self-centered self-righteousness, would YOU want it released to the public? I doubt it. But THAT is how ironically deluded and desperate these people were. They're long gone now, I'm sure. (I don't even have the urge to remember their names or Google them to see who rightfully died at the hands of a fed-up person who'd been violated once too many.)
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