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Review: Listen To Me Marlon



There is no doubt  Marlon Brando was one of the most brilliant acting talent of our time!  Director/Screenwriter Stevan Riley gives us the greatest gift of all by allowing us to witness a master class in humanity and acting with The Godfather himself – Marlon Brando. 188 more words

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The Wild One: Review

Thoughts on “Listen to Me Marlon”

Last month I broke my own rule – only comment on storytelling that moves me in some positive way –  to write about what I see as a dangerous trend in documentary filmmaking: when unprecedented access to a subject veers into exploitation.   344 more words


"They Captured The Man, The Person I Knew": Marlon Brando's Daughter on the Extraordinary Documentary 'Listen to Me Marlon'

The profile documentary has, over the past few years, become so chained to its tiresome tropes (the mournful talking heads, the done-to-death clips, the ponderously fill-in-the-blanks narration) that a stylistic backlash was probably inevitable. 1,035 more words


Real Brando is Revealed by Actor's Audiotapes in 'Listen To Me Marlon'

Who was the real Marlon Brando? Those unfamiliar with the Method-acting icon’s electrifying early work with director Elia Kazan might recall him as a bloated recluse, sequestered away in his Mulholland Drive compound or his Tahitian retreat, only to emerge when scandal hit or to rake in a quick million with work that was beneath him. 830 more words


LISTEN TO ME MARLON (2015): Excellent Trailer For Marlon Brando Documentary

Stevan Riley has directed a documentary about Marlon Brando and the trailer looks fantastic.

Amongst other great roles, Brando is the man responsible for doing an exceptional job of bringing Author Mario Puzo’s character of… 89 more words


Fire in Babylon (2010)

Fire in Babylon (2010)
Director: Stevan Riley
Language: English
Country: UK

I Intend to make them grovel

Feature documentary about the great West Indies cricket team of the 1970’s/80’s. 50 more words

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Sundance Film Review: 'Listen to Me Marlon'

Often called the greatest actor of his generation, if not all 20th-century cinema, Marlon Brando was also one of the most enigmatic, unpredictable, even damaged of movie stars offscreen. 677 more words