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Becoming Cary Grant (2017)Becoming Cary Grant :- Watch Becoming Cary Grant on Fire on Youtube on Fire, For the first time one of Hollywood’s greatest stars tells his own story, in his own words. From a childhood of poverty to global fame, Cary Grant, the ultimate self-made star, explores his own screen image and what it took to create it. The Cary Grant/Archibald Leach story is a treasure trove almost impossible to fail at. In fact it’s such a compelling story that despite the failings of the director one does stay through to the end watching this tale. And personally I don’t have a problem with missing bits of the story like other reviewers do or with the somber tone of the story. The somber tone, is an integral part of Cary’s life, and as long as the director tells the story I think he does have the right to omit parts that don’t fit into the story he wishes to tell. On the other hand I did find his pretentiousness very annoying. Having such a wonderful source material the director Mark Kidel had to show how he entered Cary Grant’s mind and deciphered his innermost secrets. So he keeps on showing us scenes from Grant’s therapeutic sessions with LSD pretending he knows what Grant saw there. It’s groundless, pretentious and completely unnecessary for the story itself. But it’s being repeated over and over again, and I found it to be detrimental to the movie Disappointing doc. Doesn’t really tell us anything new about Cary Grant. The filmmakers had access to his private films, but present no context for us to interpret them. (Mostly shots of pretty actresses. Was he auditioning future lovers?) The footage of his mother is interesting. You can’t help but look at her footage for signs of mental illness. He had serious mommy issues, but why didn’t he have serious daddy issues, too? (His dad had abandoned the family and started a new family with someone else.) Betsy Drake recommended LSD treatment to him, which gave him great insight into his relationships with women. (i guess old-fashioned “talk therapy” wasn’t cool back then?) When his Eureka moment happened, we aren’t told WHEN. Before Dyan Cannon? Before his last marriage to Barbara? The Cary Grant/Archibald Leach story is a treasure trove almost impossible to fail at. In fact it’s such a compelling story that despite the failings of the director one does stay through to the end watching this tale. And personally I don’t have a problem with missing bits of the story like other reviewers do or with the somber tone of the story. The somber tone, is an integral part of Cary’s life, and as long as the director tells the story I think he does have the right to omit parts that don’t fit into the story he wishes to tell. On the other hand I did find his pretentiousness very annoying. Having such a wonderful source material the director Mark Kidel had to show how he entered Cary Grant’s mind and deciphered his innermost secrets. So he keeps on showing us scenes from Grant’s therapeutic sessions with LSD pretending he knows what Grant saw there. It’s groundless, pretentious and completely unnecessary for the story itself. But it’s being repeated over and over again, and I found it to be detrimental to the movie

Becoming Cary Grant on YoutubeonFire :-
Documentary, Biography
Release: 9 June 2017 (USA)
IMDB Rating 6.8/10
Director: Mark Kidel
Stars: Judy Balaban, Mark Glancy, Barbara Jaynes

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