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In The Way I See It, Reagan and
Obama’s Official Photographer Shares
The Presidency Through Photos
By Morgan Rojas for cinemacy.com
Immediately after the film ended, I texted
my brother, Ryan: “Just watched The Way
I See It for review and wow. Easily one of
my favorite films of the year.”
It’s been claimed that photographer Pete
Souza created the best photo archive of a
President ever. After watching Dawn Porter’s
documentary, The Way I See It, I believe that
statement solely based on the chills I got
while watching the film.
Souza–who is charmingly referred to as
“The King of Shade” on Instagram–stayed
publicly apolitical throughout his entire career
as the Official White House Photographer
during the Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama
presidencies; until now.
The ultimate fly on the wall, Souza not
only captured some of the most influential
and powerful moments in American history,
but humanized the leaders in these roles.
Since the Obama era ended, the mistreatment
towards journalists and the free press
has been increasingly disheartening. Having
now reached his breaking point, Pete is finally
speaking his mind on today’s leadership, by
sharing his secret weapon: his photos.
Through his lens, Pete gives the audience
never before seen intimate moments from
both the Reagan and Obama presidencies,
the most powerful of which are the small,
fleeting exchanges that are both beautiful
and sentimental beyond words.
Perhaps the biggest takeaway is Pete’s
notion about the role of a leader, that not
everyone will agree with your policies, but
your behavior should always be respectable.
This goes without saying that Pete’s comments
are pointed at one person in particular,
but this simple yet common sense reminder
applies to everyday situations too. A truly
remarkable film, The Way I See It is proof
that the impact of a still photo can say a lot
more than words.
Distributed by Focus Features, The Way I
See It is now playing at Regency Theatres
Directors Cut Cinema in Laguna Niguel
and premieres on MSNBC October 9th at
7:00 pm. •
The Way I See It, courtesy Focus Features.
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