Brando: The Documentary
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Brando: The Documentary
As originally screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, at the Cannes Film Festival, and on Turner Classic Movies, the mammoth, epic-length documentary Brando chronicles in encyclopedic detail (and with a consistently reverent overtone) the life and career of the man widely regarded as the most formidable American actor of the 20th century - famous for not only reshaping, but reinventing the craft of film acting and teaching audiences how to view a motion picture performance. Divided into chronological, thematically-unified segments, the film first treats Marlon Brando's dysfunctional… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"a very informative, albeit unfocused documentary, with far too much time dedicated to Brando the actor, and far too little time dedicated to Brando the man"
‑ Marlow Stern, Manhattan Movie Magazine
"As a history and celebration of Brando's life and eccentricities, it's hard to beat"
‑ Amber Wilkinson, Eye for Film
"BRANDO does provide an important reminder of the immense talent and ability he had as a performer. It hints at his love/hate relationship with his profession -- and it is a shame that in some ways this man squandered his abilities, especially when he clea"
‑ Ted Murphy, Murphy's Movie Reviews
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