Don’t Blink Or You’ll Miss This Film About Robert Frank, One of Our Great Photographers (VIDEO)

Documentaries about great photographers are rare but Don’t Blink—Robert Frank is slated to open in select theaters on July 13, 2016 and you won’t want to miss it. Hollywood Reporter calls the film, “A provocative portrait of its equally provocative subject,” and says it, “vividly conveys his artistic spirit, defiant iconoclasm and lifelong aversion to compromise.”

Frank, a photography legend, was born in Switzerland in 1924 and emigrated to New York in 1947 where he took a position as fashion photographer for Harper’s Bazaar. He is perhaps best known for his influential 1958 book The Americans which depicted life in the U.S. from the unique perspective of an outsider.

Known for being somewhat irascible, Frank also traveled throughout South America and Europe before retuning to the U.S. where he branched out into film and video.

You can get a taste of Don’t Blink—Robert Frank in the trailer below. Be forewarned: True to Frank, it includes some salty language.