In “Fire in the East,” the compelling 1986 documentary portrait about the life and art of Robert Frank, there are a number of occasions when the photographer-turned-filmmaker reflects on the nature of his achievement. “I have no regrets,” he says in responding to the suggestion that he was relentless in making his films, “and I don’t think I’ve ever gone far enough. Keep Reading
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