Teenage Paparazzo
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After several years of playing a famous actor on the HBO series Entourage, Adrian Grenier has become a celebrity in real life, and just as his show often explores the nature of fame in our culture, Grenier profiles a young man who is a unique product of our star-struck society in this documentary. One evening, while being pursued by a handful of celebrity photographers, Grenier noticed that one of them looked like a boy barely in his teens, and he later discovered that the paparazzo in question, Austin Visschedyk, was indeed just thirteen years old, but already working as a free lance… More
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"Naturally, to broaden the appeal of his documentary, Grenier appears on screen regularly; however, a good-natured fellow, he 'fesses up about his motives in the opening frame, then opines on the irony of so much reflected glory."
‑ Rick Groen, Globe and Mail
"Adrien Grenier's engaging documentary shows that a picture may be worth a thousand words, but it ultimately cannot capture a human being in all their complexity."
‑ Brent Simon, Shared Darkness
"Teenage Paparazzo establishes at least a couple of foci, namely, Adrian Grenier's relationship with the picture-snapping press and his relationship with that relationship, as he portrays it on TV."
‑ Cynthia Fuchs, PopMatters
"For audiences intrigued by, if not addicted to, stardom's nature, Grenier's film proves an entertaining, satisfying excursion."
‑ Kevin Williamson, Jam! Movies
"...an entertaining, surprisingly informative look at the relationship between celebrities and the paparazzi..."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
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