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Film Review - Listen to Me Marlon


Marlon Brando spent the first half of his life seeking fame, and the second half rejecting everything stardom had to offer. As a Hollywood enigma, he was one of the most enticing, with most of his filmography made up of curious creative choices and pure money gigs, while his personal life was a mystery of social withdrawal and tragedy, finding the blinding spotlight too much to handle as youthful careerism gave way to maturation and concern. “Listen to Me Marlon” isn’t a straightforward documentary on the legend’s life, but it does file though the highlights. However, instead of an outside narrator guiding the experience, director Stevan Riley cuts together Brando’s own words, filing through recordings the actor made while in the mood for confession. Read the rest at


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