In No Great Hurry: Film Review

Chronicling some intimate hours spent with photographer Saul Leiter near the end of his life (he died shortly after the film’s 2013 festival debut), Tomas Leach‘s In No Great Hurry: 13 Lessons in Life With Saul Leiter makes no pretense to biography or an objective assessment of a career with which many viewers will be entirely unfamiliar. Instead, the doc is a cinematic hangout with a playfully prickly but very sympathetic subject, affording us a chance to sit at his feet while sampling a body of work that impresses on many levels. The film should attract the most theatrical attention here, where Leiter lived and worked for over six decades, but will interest photo buffs everywhere on small screens.

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