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Will you "Listen to me, Marlon?" (2015.)

For me, loving movies was about nurturing memories. Some memories are brighter, some darker, and some are there to stay as iconic images stuck into subconsciousness. 1,015 more words

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From Beyond

Listen To Me, Marlon (2015) dir – Stevan Riley

Marlon Brando is regarded as a revolutionary force in the art and craft of acting, one of the most influential performers of the 20th Century and also one of it’s most eccentric, wilful and iconoclastic. 212 more words

LISTEN TO ME MARLON (doc, 2015)

 Greetings again from the darkness. Was he greatest actor of all-time? Or was he a lazy actor only in it for the payday? Was he a defender of Civil Rights and Native American rights? 390 more words

Documentary

Review: 'Listen To Me Marlon' Gives us a Fractured Glimpse of the Real (and Computerised) Marlon Brando

Of all the great actors of the classic age of Hollywood (or as they are known to me, the members of the Vogue rap), Marlon Brando is perhaps the most fascinating. 519 more words

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LISTEN TO ME MARLON (2015): Marlon Brando - The Man, The Artist, In His Own Words

Listen To Me Marlon is quite the serious affair because it deals with the life of a rather tortured soul, one who succeeded in finding purpose and meaning but also had what was perhaps more than his fair share of personal tragedy. 224 more words

Biography

Listen to Me Marlon

You would think, that the man who is quite possibly the greatest film actor of the 20th century, would get a documentary that would live up to his legendary reputation. 393 more words

Film

Listen to Me Marlon (2015)

“The face can hide many things.”

Marlon Brando was meant to be an actor. Some might even suggest a higher calling steered him in the direction. 685 more words

Film