Recently I viewed Angelina Maccarone’s “Charlotte Rampling – The Look”. The documentary is broken down into themed sections with the intent that Charlotte would explore these themes through conversations with longtime friends (all artists) also allowing her to see herself through their eyes.
Visually engaging, she moves between Paris, London and New York, visiting with photographer/filmmaker, Peter Lindbergh, author, Paul Auster, artist/photographer, Juergen Teller and her son, actor/director Barnaby Southcombe, to name just a few. With themes as varied as exposure, love, death & taboos, Charlotte, (age 66) speaks freely, relaying wisdom gained from life lessons both personal and professional. Uniquely creative in its execution, I thoroughly enjoyed it.