A style columnist for the New York Times and an unlikely man-about-town, Bill Cunningham travels around New York City by bike, taking photos of street fashion. A legendary photographer, but averse to attention, Cunningham finally agreed to step in front of the camera for this documentary.
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This film accurately shows Bill's honest and delightful lifestyle. He sought beauty, and so his life is beautiful to witness. What an inspiration.
He must be so missed by those who were close to him, let alone his many admirers.
This is a beautiful film. You see the life in Bill Cunningham and the effect he had on the world around him without the world around him having an effect on him.
I love the way the film makers tried to go a little deeper into Bill's life and he would let them to a point. He is a myth, a magician and the zeitgeist. Gold!
An insightful documentary about such a heart warming man. I would have never thought the many things I have learned from this film. Cunningham, what an extraordinarily talented artist. Definitely very humbling.
A very special film to me. Very close to my heart. Yes, the film is engaging because Bill is engaging. In essence, the film could've been poor and I would have still loved it because of its subject, but lets not diminish the filmmaker's work. They were in the right places at the right times and they put it all together masterfully. Bravo.