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I don't know whether people are interested in this but
it recently became available on Netflix discs.


   Elsa Dorfman became successful very gradually,
doing some 35 mm and a lot of very large Polaroids,
some of famous people but in general she did portrait
photography. Interesting character. Passionate
and humble. Though personally I thought the
movie itself could have been edited a bit better.
It runs like a home movie interview.