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Last Shot of 2014: Suzanne Heintz Goes Shopping With the Family

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We've written before about photographer Suzanne Heintz and her too-perfect mannequin family, husband Chauncey and daughter Mary Margaret, who for a decade-and-a-half have been the subjects of an ongoing project called Life Once Removed. Somehow, Heintz's ideal family has a way of always falling to pieces, as it did last summer at a failed wedding ceremony; more recently, things got hinky during an awkward holiday shopping spree, which Heintz videotaped and released online on New Year's Day.

See also: Suzanne Heintz and Her Mannequin Family Shoot Christmas Cards

How Much Is That Family In The Window? from Suzanne Heintz on Vimeo.

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