William Eggleston, inspiration to many, and without a doubt the main photographer, along with Stephen Shore, to make colour photography accepted as a serious contender to the B&W photography that had dominated the field for so long. He has given us a long line of sumptuous shots, and has captured a time in America that only colour photography could ever show us. 'In the Real World' follows William closely, intimately, out in America, with his son, and assistant, Winston. His voice has an echo of that other great Southerner, William Burroughs, with a wonderful, drawn out drawl, his sentences spoken slowly, his answers as aloof as he appears to be. But this is compelling viewing, and a rich experience to catch a glimpse of this master at work.