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The Gospel According to André

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...

Other Titles
El evangelio según André Leon Talley, Skönhet enligt André Leon Talley, André Leon Talleyn suuri kauneus
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Kate Novack
Actors
André Leon Talley, Marc Jacobs, Bethann Hardison, Anna Wintour
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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.

Comments about documentary «The Gospel According to André» (15)

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Jean Weaver

An excellent documentary on the life of the acclaimed composer and conductor André Breton. We get to hear his thoughts on the various musical achievements he had made, his many relationships with musicians, and his experiences in the 60s and 70s. The fact that this was shot in black and white with only one actor, as well as his attempts to use different color filters to make the images more beautiful, makes this a very special documentary. It's definitely worth a look.

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Theresa Kelley

I think that the most important aspect of this movie is the story of the Gospel according to André, as well as the Gospel according to St. Thomas, and especially the Gospel according to St. Luke. It is a very fascinating story of love, struggle, faith, courage, strength and forgiveness. It's about faith in God, it's about hope and the power of the Gospel. The story is a little bit slow, and I have to admit that I was a little bit bored by the beginning, but it's a great story and I loved the fact that it was told in French and Spanish. It's very interesting to see how the Roman Catholic Church is affected by the Gospel, and it's interesting to see how the people who were the greatest victims of the Inquisition are trying to live their lives and be faithful to the Gospel and the church. I think that the Gospel according to André is very important and I would like to see more movies like this one.

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Jack

This is an interesting documentary, but I found it to be disappointing. I was interested in the topic, but it was somewhat of a disappointment because it just didn't make sense. The documentary focused on a series of people who have suffered from HIV/AIDS, and how they have been affected by it. It was a good idea to tell the story from the people's point of view, but I didn't feel like they were really telling the story. The story wasn't really that clear, and I think that the way they presented the story was very poor. The director's voice was a bit muffled, and it was hard to understand what they were saying. I think the filmmakers could have done a better job of telling the story. Overall, I think it's a good documentary, but it could have been a lot better. The film is very graphic, but it was a little hard to understand what they were saying.

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Anna Barnes

I remember when I was a kid and my mom took me to see "Tootsie" when I was about 6. I was really into it and I have a great respect for the movie, but I have to say I was very disappointed. When I saw the movie, I was amazed to see how well it was done. The actors are great, the music is wonderful, the story is great and the costumes are beautiful. I've seen a lot of music videos but I didn't like this one, I didn't see the point of this film. It's just a collection of songs and scenes, and some of them are great and some are very boring. I think the best part of the movie is the "Tootsie" scene, but that's the only good thing. Overall, I was very disappointed, because it's a very good movie but I have to say I didn't like it.

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Alan

A well-constructed, well-acted, well-edited, well-shot documentary about the making of a feature film by a young up-and-coming filmmaker. The film is more like a series of interviews, rather than a documentary. It is well-documented, though, and the subjects are well-spoken, well-presented, and well-wrought. The film is very informative, though I would have liked to have seen more of a narrative-style structure to it. It is worth seeing, though.

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Phillip S.

I'm sure that many people will disagree with me on this one, but I do believe that this documentary was really good. It's a bit different than most other documentaries on the subject, and the director actually talked about the topic of Jesus in a way that I found very interesting. I also think that it's a good documentary, and it should be taken seriously. This is definitely one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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Shirley

It is a little surprising that it took nearly a year for this film to be released in the United States. It was the only feature film produced by the Argentine Jewish Community Center for the Arts (ACPCA), and I'm sure the same people who produced this film are the same people who are responsible for the current documentary film, "Dangerous Ways". If you're a film buff, I recommend "Dangerous Ways" first. It has many of the same themes as "The Gospel According to André", but is far more entertaining and moving. The film tells the story of a young Argentine Jew who has a very difficult time adjusting to his new community, and his fears about how his community will react to him. The young man, Andres, was raised by his grandmother, who is an alcoholic. The grandmother has a long history of drug addiction, and her grandson, Andres, has learned to use drugs to cope with the stress of his grandmother's alcoholism. The grandson also suffers from anxiety and depression, and when he doesn't get his beloved grandmother's attention, he goes to the police. He is never charged with any crime, and the only thing that is ever mentioned in the film is that he is not a "bad" boy. The film goes into the details of Andres' life in Argentina and the difficulties he faces adjusting to his new community. The film has a good message, and it has a lot of heart. The film is very moving and I recommend it to anyone.

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Virginia Greene

This documentary is a good way to learn about the life of André Dutronc (the father of French music), the singer of the legendary band The Eagles. The film is divided into three parts, beginning with his childhood in the 1950's in Switzerland, then moving to his childhood in Paris, then moving to his time in Berlin. In the last part, the young Dutronc was in his mid-30's and preparing for the European Tour of The Eagles. The film is informative, but doesn't give enough information about his early years and the band. The director, Michel Lom, shows us the film in an almost documentary-like way, but the film itself is not very informative. The film is slow and dull, and I didn't find it very entertaining. I would say it's worth watching, but I wouldn't recommend it. Recommended for people who are interested in the history of rock music. (7/10)

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Diana B.

My friend was really impressed by this documentary. I thought it was very well made. I thought it was a lot more informative than some of the other documentaries that I've seen. The interviews are interesting, and it is definitely worth a look.

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Grace

I have a lot of respect for the late André Breton, but I think he was not right for this documentary. As a journalist, he was at the top of his game. However, he had no idea how to get a story, and that's why he never finished his film. He would have been better served by someone who had a greater understanding of what it means to tell a story. It would have been better for him, and better for us, if he had gotten the story from someone else. For this reason, I found the documentary quite disappointing. I have also heard that he was extremely depressed. I know that this is common for many people. However, I found it quite strange that he was never able to get a story that he wanted. He had so much potential. Maybe if he had gotten the story from someone else, he would have been able to finish his film.

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Marie Taylor

I just watched this on Netflix, and it was well worth the time. The video quality is fantastic, and the acting is also excellent. The only thing that bothered me was that it was a little slow, and sometimes the film seemed to be just moving along and not really getting to the point. But, overall, it was very well done, and I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys films that don't use "big" names, or are interested in Christian themes.

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Denise Lane

This documentary was given by the Evangelical Church of Canada to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to promote the film, "The Gospel According to André", and it is a little bit too long. The documentary could have used a little more footage about the people in the film, like the other documentaries about the Bible and Christianity. But the film itself is very good. I like how the documentary focuses on the story of Jesus and his life and how his disciples really believed in him and the message he was sending. I think it is a good way to start the year, and I think this film will do well.

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Mark

As a Christian I was very excited to see this documentary, it is a very important part of the faith. I was also very surprised to find out that it was not 100% accurate, but it still was a very good documentary. The film follows the life of André de Botton, a famous writer, philosopher and professor of philosophy, who is very interested in the idea of the Gospel. He is a Christian, and he wrote a book called "The Gospel According to André", which he claims is the only complete explanation of the life of Jesus. The film goes through his life from his early childhood, to his time as a professor of philosophy, to his death in 2010, and he tries to tell the people in the audience about what he believes. The documentary is a good example of the power of the media. The film is an important part of the faith, and it is important to be honest and honest, because people will not be able to accept it if they are not told the truth.

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Kathryn Stewart

I'm not sure what it is about the movie, but I liked it. I think the main reason is that it is not a Hollywood-style documentary. The movie follows the life of André, a widower who started a program that helped the elderly to live independently, while they are still able to function and feel at home. It is an interesting and inspiring story that shows us how far and how quickly we can go when we give up on things and try to live our life as if it were our last. The documentary is not as polished as I would have liked it to be, but it is a good watch, with a great story, and an inspiring message.

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Michael Perkins

I'm a little late on this one. I have only seen the film twice. I was very impressed with the photography. It seemed very very close to the real thing. But I'm not sure if that is good or bad. The acting is excellent, though. The last scene with the preacher is very moving. And I love the way the director portrayed the real life of a priest. The final scene, with the guy who gets released, is very touching. I don't know if it is a good or bad film. It's worth seeing.