Documentary about Roger Ebert
Life itself is a two hour documentary about Roger Ebert. It never bored me. It includes film and comments from Ebert after he lost his ability to eat, drink, and speak. It talks about his love of writing, and how it began in childhood. About the fact that he's the only film critic to win a Pulitzer prize, but also the screenwriter of the sexploitation movie called Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. It talked about his loving family, his relationship with Gene Siskel. And about his last days of life.
Yep, I liked it too! I always loved his reviews and his love for film.

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