In 1943, the photographer Arthur Fellig, a precursor of street photography and best known under the pseudonym of Weegee, captured the audience in the dark cinemas of New York, thanks to an infrared flash and a special film, revealing the behaviors and reaction of the people…(the name “Weegee” derives from the board game “Ouija”).

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