The Aria of Babyface Cauliflower Brown

The Aria of Babyface Cauliflower Brown



Beautiful shots of something, that is not beautiful to watch in the classic sense. Tim Grant has directed a feature film which shows wrestling in another light, explains the fascination, and juxtaposes its visual brutality with a calming opera by Giuseppe Verdi. 

This film was originally published by The New York Times Op-Docs. Read the story here: nyti.ms/2sRe6Hl

 

 


By: Izabela
Posted: Fri 18th Aug 2017

Tags: Motion, beauty, direction, Film, Sport, storytelling, unusual

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