David Bailey, self-taught photographer and one of the prime architects of the Swinging Sixties, broadened his horizons in the early 1970s by making high-profile documentaries for ATV. With his standing among the artistic community, Bailey was given unprecedented access to Pop Art legend Andy Warhol and his followers, in an attempt to penetrate behind the expressionless exterior of a man who was one of the most controversial figures of his generation.
Release: Warhol 1973 DVDRip x264-HANDJOB
General: mkv | 790 MB | 00:47:12
Video: 2147 Kbps | 698×568 (4:3) | 25.000 fps | V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC
Audio 1: AC-3 at 192 Kbps | 2 channels | 48 Khz | (English)
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