The Bang Bang club

The Bang Bang Club is a biography, drama, and history movie directed by Steven Silver, released in 2010. It follows the real-life story of a group of combat photographers as they cover the final days of the great apartheid in South Africa.

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Steven Silver
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  • #1
    June 18, 2018
    "I am also into photo-journalism and I love how this movie was able to capture the struggles of photographers in their quest for capturing some perfect moments at the expense of their secutiry. Also, this movie can be a point of discussion in relation to the great apartheid. 5 stars!"
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    What are the best real life movies set in the 90s

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