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Film Review - Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind


When Robin Williams died in 2014, he took a part of the entertainment industry with him. The comedian, actor, and all-around madman seemed almost indestructible and definitely indefatigable, and when he passed, there were few words that could pinpoint exactly what the mood of the world was when Williams left it. “Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind” is an attempt to wrap both arms about the experience of being one of the fastest, funniest people of all time, and director Marina Zenovich almost touches fingertips, creating a documentary that’s light on extreme detail, but generally gathers the basic elements of Williams’s personal and professional experience, asking viewers to fill in the gaps with personal recollections while the feature covers most of the essential movements in an extraordinary life. Read the rest at


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