When people think about Marlon Brando, they think of the movie star, the hunk, the scandals. Continue reading
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Critics Corner: LISTEN TO ME MARLON
Read two critical perspectives on Listen To Me Marlon (Stevan Riley, 2015) by Susan L. Mizruchi and Edward E. Crouse. Continue reading
Bringing Brando Back Down to Earth: An Interview with LISTEN TO ME MARLON Director Steven Riley
Marlon Brando, until his ashes were scattered in Tahiti and Death Valley in 2004, was a private man. Continue reading
Brando in the Making: An Excerpt From WHY ACTING MATTERS by David Thomson
One of the 58th San Francisco International Film Festival‘s Marquee Presentations is Steven Riley’s documentary Listen to Me Marlon, in which a treasure trove of audio tapes—augmented by home movies, film clips and other archival materials—yields a unique autobiographical portrait of one of cinema’s greatest actors, Marlon Brando.