If you spend any time in Twitterville, you've probably read puh-lenty on Bill Cunningham New York, the documentary about a beloved New York Times photographer who captures people going stylishly about their business for "On the Street with Bill Cunningham."
The movie opened in March and now everyone who has seen it or wants to see it feels compelled to share their very important thoughts on it.
There are anticipatory Bill tweets:
Straightforward Bill reviews:
And Oprah Bill moments:
Some people can't get enough Bill:
Some are mildly patronizing about Bill:
There are Bill quoters:
Multicultural Bill lovers:
OMG it's Bill for real! moments:
And Bills of tomorrow (or not):
That's an awful lot of Bill. I've been looking forward to this movie for years, but I'm always worried when the hype runneth over.
But just in case you miss it, I'll be sure to let you know on Monday how things worked out between us. Thankfully, this blog allows for more than 140 characters.
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