How unfitting that such an iconic photographer should get a documentary without a single striking image of its own. Not to say that it's not enjoyable to watch a professional do her thing, but this brand of documentary is so worn and flat; how predictable to intercut footage of Leibovitz at work with talking heads. The way the film jumps from the Bosnian genocide back to celebs is especially egregious.
The intimate remarkable journey of the queen of celebrity's photography captured by her own sister. It is inspiring and ambitious. It evokes loving and compassionate feelings towards this amazing woman. It is a delight of sorts!
It sure is a passageway to witness the background story of iconic photographs of this last decade. Although this film still feels a little incomplete and could do much better, the humble but hard-working Annie is still very inspiring to watch.