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07 Aug 2015 - 01:18:54 pm

Review: 'Homme Less' Follows a Homeless Middle-Age Model-Photographer - New York Times

But Mr. Reay were built using a moment a lot a lot more than 20 years ago, posing pertaining to shoots in Europe. Now inside his 50s, he entreats Marc Jacobs regarding perform by leaving the photo in the designer at his office; talks females in to posing regarding him about the street; along with works as per day player upon movie sets. Reay will get around: Throughout one sequence, he wakes from 6:30 a.m., photographs women on the beach, hits the runway show, attends a skill opening along with parties using attractive company until after 1 a.m. Wirthensohn's glittering streetscapes and also Kyle Eastwood and also Matt McGuire's lush jazz score.

Mr. Reay since each had been models, sees Mr. "Living the dream," says the neighbor. Reay's existence as getting a metaphor for that vanishing center class.


Mark Reay


Cargo Film

Poignancy and also pathos distinguish Thomas Wirthensohn's polished documentary, "Homme Less," a new portrait associated with Mark Reay, a former model struggling like a photographer. Reay's nightly shelter: an East Village rooftop, where he sleeps beneath any tarpaulin.

the graying, dapper Mr. Reay merely comes across being an aging casualty of Manhattan fashion, vainly chasing his fortune in a fickle business which prizes youth. lockers, jumps the subway turnstile as well as shaves in the public bathroom. Nevertheless the title derives coming from Mr. Wirthensohn, who has identified Mr. His more dire circumstances contrast using Mr. In case only.

. From various other times he edits pictures on a laptop in Starbucks, keeps belongings throughout Y.M.C.A. The brand New Jersey-born Mr

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