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The Photographer, His Wife, Her Lover

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Release Date:July 28, 2006
Running time:80 minutes
Cast:O. Winston Link
Director:Paul Yule
Producer:Paul Yule, Jonathan Stack
Distributor:First Run Features

Description: O. Winston Link took elegant black-and-white nighttime photographs of the last of the great steam locomotives, as they chugged majestically across small-town America in the 1950s. Link married Conchita Mendoza when he was 73 and she 48. From there the story could be told by Stephen King: Conchita successfully marketed the photographs for increasing profit while becoming sexually entangled with another man - all the time keeping Link captive and incommunicado in his basement darkroom! Paul Yule's film is a fascinating investigation into personality, crime, marriage, contemporary art, and the ever-malleable nature of truth.

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