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Film show: ‘The Bad and the Beautiful’ puts Helmut Newton’s photography in the spotlight

By France24
23 July 2021   |   9:05 am
Gero von Boehm's documentary on fashion photographer Helmut Newton is out in French cinemas. It features interviews from his famous muses including Claudia Schiffer, Anna Wintour and Charlotte Rampling, but also delves into some of the controversies surrounding his provocative style.

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