From time to time, passionate films depicting corporate crimes and public health irresponsibility have been released, featuring big-name actors in prominent parts. It’s a concept to consider when you see Johnny Depp as real-life pioneering photojournalist W. Eugene Smith in this new film. Smith is one of the most influential American photographers in the creation of the photo essay, in case you didn’t know. Famous for photographs that were raw, gritty, and beautiful while telling a difficult subject. Documentary may be the chosen form for stories concerning unethical corporate behavior, doubt merchants who aid and abet, and politicians that assist cover up. However, it does not have to be the way to go if you want to make an impression. IMDB
As a result, a pirate from the Caribbean showing up in a rural Japanese fishing town may not seem that strange, especially when he is disguised so well. However, Depp’s voice and some characteristics are retained. In Minamata, Depp, unquestionably one of the most dreamy male stars, adopts a visage eerily similar to the real-life subject. Smith was an American photojournalist with a large brow, thick, unkempt hair and beard, and spectacles. His most recent job was to Minamata, a Japanese fishing community owned by Chisso Corporation, which is still in business under a new name. When the strong American, a veteran photographer from the Pacific theater of World War II, was shooting for Life magazine.