"War Photographer" is a documentary about James Nachtwey, a war photographer, that is absolutely amazing. A MUST Watch. Some of you know that war photography is what I did for 12 years but I hope that you will all trust me when I say: watch this movie! Although it will obviously be of more interest to people who want to be war photogs or, at the very least, PJs, I believe most anyone interested in photo can learn something from it and it is well worth the time. I avoided watching this movie for the longest time. Too close to reality for me. But I was, kind of, tricked into watching it a couple months ago and, MY GOD!, it is amazing. I didn't think anyone could actually talk about the experience in a way that made sense to anyone who had not gone through it. But this movie does. Of course, this is probably not a movie you're going to find at your local rental video store. It may be somewhere on the web, I didn't check, but it is available on Netflix. WARNING! There are images that can be very disturbing. Although this movie is not political in the least, there are also some truths being told about our way of life that can be disturbing to innocent people. I don't know if you can bookmark a thread here but if you can, I would love to hear what you thought after you watched it. Good or bad.