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(506) 6.3 93 min 2017

The Gospel According to André is a movie starring André Leon Talley, Bethann Hardison, and Marc Jacobs. From the segregated American South to the fashion capitals of the world, operatic fashion editor André Leon Talley's life and...

Starring
Bethann Hardison, André Leon Talley, Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs
Genres
Documentary
Director
Kate Novack

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Kate Novack
Stars Bethann Hardison, André Leon Talley, Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs
Country USA
Also Known As Skönhet enligt André Leon Talley, André Leon Talleyn suuri kauneus, El evangelio según André Leon Talley
Runtime 1H 33M
Description From the segregated American South to the fashion capitals of the world, operatic fashion editor André Leon Talley's life and career are on full display, in a poignant portrait that includes appearances by Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs, Tom Ford, Bethann Hardison, Valentino, and Manolo Blahnik.

Top reviews

Saturday, 01 Aug 2020 20:08

This is the first documentary I've seen about the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday of "Restoration Weekend." I've seen several videos of Martin Luther King Jr. speaking, but nothing that has really stuck with me. I've never been a huge fan of "The Miracle Worker," but I did like "Martin Luther King Jr. and the Greatest Generation" and "Martin Luther King Jr. and the Spirit of the Age." I'm not a religious person, but I'm not a very religious person. The video for "Restoration Weekend" is just one of those documentaries that stays with you for days. I'm not sure how to describe it, but it's a documentary that tells a story and it's been very well made. The story of King and his "Restoration Weekend" is told from the perspective of a non-King person. It's a documentary that makes you think about what you've seen and heard. It's not a documentary that tells a story, but it does make you think about what you've seen and heard. It makes you feel something, but it doesn't make you feel anything, but it makes you think. It's a very good film that I'd recommend to anyone. The documentary is done in a way that is not too long, but not too short. The documentary is very well done and you won't be able to get through it. It's not a documentary that's a good choice for a screening, but it's definitely a documentary that's worth watching. You'll feel something, but you won't feel anything. I would recommend that you watch it, but it's not a film that you'll want to see again. It's a very good documentary that will leave a lasting impression.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 15:27

André Breton is the son of legendary Belgian artist Herge Breton, but his father didn't have a high opinion of him, believing him to be a lousy artist. This is why his family forbids André to get out of the house, for fear he would never be able to make a living and would end up "sitting at home". So the family just sends him to the village, where he meets a talented young boy, Maximilian, who just happens to be the grandson of the famous Breton artist. The boy is trying to prove to André that he has more talent than he's given credit for, but he just keeps having to repeat the same old story to him. That's what happens with most of the stories in this documentary, but the one that sticks is the one where André tells Maximilian about his experiences growing up. It's the same story, except that Maximilian's dad is so jealous that he sends his little boy to a home that teaches the young man how to fight. This is the one that we're talking about in the documentary. I think it's worth mentioning that this is the only time I've seen a documentary where a child is fighting a fight with his parents. Not only is this a bit creepy, but it also teaches us that the best way to get someone to listen to you is to play a war. This is the kind of thing that's going to keep kids in school and might keep them in the workforce. I also think that it's a good thing to show the way that the French got their first commercial film, "Les Bateaux Juives" (the little ghost), but it's not so good when the rest of the film is devoted to a father/son fight. The only reason I gave it a 10 is that the documentary had me wondering what I just saw. That's something most documentaries don't do.


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