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Get our newsletter every Friday! The film is hazy on precisely when and how the two men reconnected, except to emphasize that both had reached an age of peak preoccupation with legacy, each perhaps seeking one last run at the mountain. Dazzled by the details of the situation—and his own role as a character, chaperone, collaborator—Talese fails to cohere much of a story.
His solution is a boilerplate disclaimer: My subject is fallible, not everything he says is reliable, and I cannot vouch for the accuracy of every detail.
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In allowing a documentary crew to follow and manipulate his process, his desire to be watched getting the story contributes to an already rampant case of what mountaineers call summit fever, where delirious climbers, close to the top, press on despite obvious peril. One imagines that Kane and Koury, whose filming spanned several years, struggled to maintain a sense of the story they might choose to tell. Where they landed proposes a more skeptical and involving approach than Talese chose for either his New Yorker piece or the expanded book published some months later.
Voyeur makes apt use of a storytelling device more commonly associated with fiction: the unreliable narrator.
Among nonfiction modes, documentary in particular lends itself to a deconstruction of narrative layering. At the most basic level, as the critic Fiona Otway notes, the unreliable narrator introduces inconsistencies within a text. Jandal is often charming, and claims reform. The original cut of the film, which screened at Cannes in , contained no voice-over, and festival reviews indicate a portrayal sympathetic to Assange, whom Poitras filmed over several years.
In the course of the US presidential campaign, Poitras began to reconsider her judgment of Assange and of WikiLeaks, and thus her film.
The result is unpersuasive: In quoting from her production notes and offering candid impressions, Poitras appears more interested in mitigating criticism than in complicating her role in the film. Her capacities as narrator and implied author appear unified. It could have been a child.
Frank eventually wound up in court, where his lawyer tried to argue that he was the victim and not the perpetrator. William O.
Alleged 'party shirt' train masturbator charged by police
Fowlkes told the judge: "My client was attacked. Maybe she woke up and thought he was coming for her purse. She saw a guy a little too close. In , he was caught twice in three weeks pleasuring himself in front of women on NYC subways. Court documents also reveal he was arrested twice in for exposing himself, with one incident causing harm to a person.
However, this time it wasn't because of an attack, but because a witness fell onto the subway tracks 'in a state of uncontrollable laughter and suffered a fractured skull'.