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Soul-searching with a camera

By Stephen Brown

MANY came to admire Jane Bown (above, in a self-portrait taken in a mirror) through her photographs in The Observer. There is a stunning luminosity about them which is truly soul-searching. In the documentary Looking for Light: Jane Bown (Cert. 12), there is a great deal about souls, hers and others'.

This is hardly surprising, as Michael Whyte interrupted his sequence of faith movies - No Greater Love (about Carmelite nuns) and Relics and ...

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