“I talk as if there’s a lot of poetry in me, there isn’t. I am neither an artist nor a poet. I’m a photographer.”
Legendary British photojournalist Don McCullin worked for The Sunday Times from 1966 to 1983 and over the course of his career he risked his life to cover wars and humanitarian disasters across the globe. Sibling documentary filmmakers Jacqui and David Morris direct their exclusive and engrossing portrait of McCullin’s illustrious career and reveal the man behind the photographs that brought home the horrors of war.