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In 1970s New York, trailblazing street photographer Martha Cooper captured some of the first images of graffiti at a time when the city had declared war on it. Decades later, Cooper has become an influential figure to the global movement of street artists.
"Directed with infectious zeal, it's a photographer bio-doc that always feels to be in motion, especially given its excellent editing, fascinating subject, and narrative ambition." − RogerEbert.com
"1977, the Bronx was burning down. No one really wanted to write that graffiti was an interesting thing. But I don't want to shoot something that's done with permission. It's an outlaw art. That's what makes it thrilling." — Martha Cooper