As photojournalist for The Sunday Times across three tumultuous, war-torn decades, Don McCullin played witness to history in the making. The toll, as Jacqui Morris's documentary records, was as substantial as his achievements.
From the 1960s to the early ’80s, Sunday Times war photographer Don McCullin toured the world’s battle grounds, resulting in scars, shellshock and one very haunted dark room. This doc works as both chronicle of late-20th century combat and exposé of the moral dilemmas he faced. Unflinching, harrowing and gripping.
A terrific and fitting tribute to one of modern history's greatest eyewitnesses.