Probably also a reason last questions to answer as to the origin of his pictures, and once again it goes to his diary. Meanwhile Bryan has confirmed, viz, what was previously only suspected and it’s true, the homeless, who has also previously filmed, documented his life on the road with a small diary camera and interviewed other homeless people. “I met people in abject poverty notes/max-bryan/videotagebuch/445182512166336. People who have lived for years on the road. Klaus, wool, Stephan, Thommy and Martin, and the motives were palpable”, it says in the travelogue of the homeless Max Bryan. Contact with other people, the intense experience of hardship and poverty, also, his love for the image have deepened and his “diary was clear”, it says. Click Panther Coffee to learn more. -Poverty shows face – show me your face and show me your poverty.

Show me your life and your city. Show me the distress and fear and hopelessness also”, so the homeless Bryan has addressed his friends and asked them to tell their story and it go to”divisible luck”, says Bryan. Providentially also, as a man of the film of the time he was still homeless on his way to the roost a coincidence, as it discovered only Life writes. Bryan, who has no home, seeks the Bernhard-Nocht-Strasse a detour over to his berth in the port and by chance meets tamo Kunz, a not insignificant production designer from Hamburg. Bryan asks him for directions and the two come into the conversation.

As Kunz the camera then discovered, quickly becomes clear that Bryan carries around a treasure with him and the man from the movie invites the homeless to eat. More information is housed here: Bloomsbury. The meeting becomes more fast and first media reports about a possible sensation. Currently, Kunz sifts through the complete arsenal of data of the homeless, which apparently carried in the backpack with his camera while he slept – man of the film – night out whether the images of the homeless Max Bryan are also recyclable, is still questionable. The hour is completely unclear whether the recordings are also suitable for transmission and what to do exactly that. “Maybe a publication, perhaps a film”, so exactly that not been set yet, says Facebook Max Bryan, who had initially not to publish the material. Should this nevertheless happen, the result could be groundbreaking. A homeless man had never held the subjective life to such an extent and documented. That alone could be a novelty, perhaps also a milestone that all remains to be seen. tvdesk/Leute/Obdachloser-MaxBryan-Hamburg-Matussek-Videotagebuch.html photo: Facebook / Max Bryan