Watch Love, Antosha

Love, Antosha

Love, Antosha is a movie starring Anton Yelchin, J.J. Abrams, and Sofia Boutella. A portrait of the extraordinary life and career of actor Anton Yelchin.

Other Titles
Con Amor, Antosha
Running Time
1 hours 32 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Music, Documentary
Director
Garret Price
Actors
J.J. Abrams, Anton Yelchin, Nicolas Cage, Sofia Boutella
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A portrait of the extraordinary life and career of actor Anton Yelchin.

Comments about biography «Love, Antosha» (21)

Kathryn photo
Kathryn

This film is a fantastic documentary, and it's so wonderful to see a documentary about the music and its history. I love that they didn't try to compare the music to the likes of Motown or Pink Floyd. It's all about the music and the people. There are so many great stories in this film, such as a young guy who is found by a stranger, a group of people who were heavily involved in the music, and their stories. I love this film, and it's great to see the music so well documented.

Janet G. photo
Janet G.

I am a huge fan of the band, but this movie shows them in a different light. Not only are they full of talent, but they are a family. I enjoyed the documentary very much, and I'm very happy that they have come out with a new album and a tour. I also thought it was very interesting to see how the band's music has evolved over the years. I think that the film is very informative and you get to see the band in a new light.

Jeffrey P. photo
Jeffrey P.

I never knew or knew anything about this film before watching it, but it's an important documentary that tells the true story of a man named "Antosha" (Richard Gere) and his struggle with mental illness, his relationship with his family, and his self-image as a singer-songwriter. It tells the story of how he made his first record in 1995, and how he went from a lonely, introverted, and fragile, mentally unstable young man to a successful singer-songwriter in 2001. I loved this film. It's a great and heartwarming story of a man that grew up in a small, rural town, but then he was thrust into the limelight of fame and fortune, and how his mental illness and lack of control over his life had a negative effect on his career and his family life. He was depressed and isolated and was just trying to get by. The director did an amazing job with the film. He showed us the hardships that he faced in his life, and how it affected his family. The documentary also shows us his struggle with mental illness and how his family tried to support him, but it was too late. He was a mental patient, and he was in a mental institution, and he was taken off of the medications he was taking because of his illness. I loved this film. It was very interesting and it made me feel that it was important to watch this film. It's an important story that deserves to be told, and it's a great story to watch. It's not about Richard Gere, but it's about a man that is no longer with us. He's been forgotten and his story should be told. I also liked that the director showed us the life of his family, because they were his family and they were always there for him. It's amazing how they put him in the spotlight of his family and gave him a voice. It's a beautiful film, and I recommend it to anyone.

Larry photo
Larry

I was pretty shocked to see how well-received this film was when it came out. I was in the mood to go and see a movie for a while and the first screening I went to was at the local theater. I walked out of the theater having seen a film I would not have expected to enjoy, and being a bit disappointed with the time I had spent in the theater. I had expected this film to be a little bit better than what I saw, but the film was very well-done. The film was informative and entertaining, and it did not take itself too seriously. The performances were excellent, the music was excellent, and it was a great film. I am very happy I saw this movie. It was a great film, and I highly recommend it.

Kathy Duncan photo
Kathy Duncan

In my opinion, I've never seen a documentary that has such a large and wide range of emotions on the subject of the arts. Some of the subjects are positive, some are negative. Some are mature, some are young. And the documentary is not limited to the arts. The subjects are varied, and what makes it special is that it is the voice of a young artist, Antosha, who is showing his perspective on the world, and the arts in particular. The documentary is very touching, and will give you an idea of what it is like to be an artist in today's society, and how the people who you consider the true "artists" are behaving. It will also give you an idea of how difficult it is to be an artist and how much pressure is on the people who you consider the "real" artists. The subjects of the documentary are fascinating, and will give you a great understanding of the art world, and also the art world's attitude towards the people who are considered the true "artists". The only thing that I do not like about the documentary is that I didn't find the documentary very entertaining, and I think the documentary would have been much better if it had been a documentary of some sort about artists in general, or about some of the subjects of the documentary. But the documentary is still a great documentary, and I think everyone who watches it will enjoy it, and I hope that more people will watch it. 10/10.

Brittany photo
Brittany

At the end of the day, you can't help but love the music, the songs, the lyrics and the characters. They were so relatable. The film is great because it really allows the audience to see what the characters went through and they are just like us, in the same predicament. I believe that this film should be shown in schools to show the importance of the music and the songs that it was based on.

Emily J. photo
Emily J.

I had the chance to see the IFC show, Antosha, and I was not disappointed. I've always loved the music of Don LaFontaine, and I was very excited to see the documentary. It was an amazing journey into the life of a legendary musician. It really made me appreciate the music he created and the amount of pain that he must have suffered to achieve his success. I especially loved the interview with Don LaFontaine's son. The film was beautifully shot, and very moving. I hope that you see this film, and I hope that you find this movie very touching.

Peter P. photo
Peter P.

I have been a fan of Bob Marley and his music for many years. Having never read the biography, I was wondering if I was missing anything. The movie was very informative and the interviewees were very nice. I was also surprised to see how the documentary was received by the public. I had to wonder if the public was looking for an answer to the question of why Marley was so prolific. I was surprised to see that the majority of people saw the movie as a way to learn more about Bob Marley. I would say that it was a good documentary, but one that I would have preferred to see on TV.

Andrea Richards photo
Andrea Richards

This documentary about the life of Queen Antosha is both fascinating and heart-rending. The stories of the individuals who were there and the stories of their stories are wonderful. The fact that this was filmed in her native country of Romania and the fact that she had to work so hard to get the stories out there are both fascinating. The whole film is worth seeing. It is inspiring, and also sad. I found it very funny how people were quite hostile to her. She was living in a time when homosexuality was not accepted, but still she had the courage to come out of her shell and be open about her sexuality. The end of the film has a lot of tragic details, but also some good lessons. If you get the chance to see this documentary, I think you should definitely see it.

Aaron D. photo
Aaron D.

I watched this documentary for the first time last week and I couldn't stop thinking about it. I guess it is hard for me to get lost in a documentary because it is so much about someone and the story is so important to me. And this is what this documentary is about: the story of two boys who, in the 80s, discovered that the most important thing in their lives is their music. The documentary is very well made. The director, Nikolai Sennels, is a very talented film maker. He is really great at capturing the experience of the documentary. And what I liked the most was that he did not just tell the story of the two boys, but he also told the story of their music. And when he tells that, you will start to think of the story of "We Will Rock You" and "Hava Nagila". Both songs are my favorite songs of all time. And that is what this documentary is about. This documentary is also very entertaining and I think that the director did a really good job. I hope that he will make a follow-up film, because the documentary is already great. The documentary is just great. It is worth watching.

Michael R. photo
Michael R.

This is the story of the greatest singer-songwriter of all time, Joni Mitchell. I found it to be very interesting, and would recommend it to anyone interested in the singer-songwriter movement. I also found it fascinating that a film about her could be made, and not just the story of her life, but the story of the songwriters, too. The story of Joni Mitchell is the story of an amazing life and music, and it is beautifully told in this film. It is a sad and beautiful story of the lives of these women, and how they are affected by this phenomenon. It also shows the story of a man, who worked with the Mitchell's, and was just as amazing as the singer. The story of the singer-songwriter movement is really inspirational, and this film just goes to show that. I really enjoyed this film. It was very different from anything I have ever seen before, and it was amazing. I would recommend it to anyone interested in the singer-songwriter movement.

Bryan photo
Bryan

This movie will give you so much more than just music. It will teach you so much about yourself and you will love it more and more as you watch it. I was shocked to find out that there was such a great musician, singer and poet in the world. It was amazing. I can't stop thinking about this movie. I recommend this movie to everyone. I am so proud to be a Canadian and proud of the people of our country.

Janet Wright photo
Janet Wright

I just saw this movie and it is just amazing! I'm in love with it! I'm only 20 and I'm a singer but I think that the main character of this film, Antosha, is a great example of what it means to be a singer, and how difficult it is to make it as a singer. It's also about the music industry and how it's so messed up. There's a lot of things that he doesn't understand but he always keeps on trying to keep on trying to do what he loves. I think that everyone should watch this film, but if you're not a fan of music, or even a fan of music in general, it's probably not for you. It's very, very long and you'll be just as confused as he is. It is a very, very interesting story about a singer who is just trying to make it as a singer. It's also very informative about the music industry and how hard it is to make it. It's definitely worth a watch!

Christine S. photo
Christine S.

A couple of days ago I saw the documentary about the filming of "Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy" and was blown away by the quality of the film and the powerful emotions. I've never been a big fan of Woody Allen and usually find his films to be boring and lacking in humour but this film is different. It is a very powerful film about the importance of music in our lives, and the power of love. The film was very well directed and the acting was fantastic. I found myself drawn into the film and was drawn into the story. The movie is about the events that happened during the filming of the film, as well as the people involved with the film. This film is a must see.

Sean S. photo
Sean S.

Antosha Piatrkowska has gone down in history as one of the most important musicians of the 90's, and he was involved in some of the most important bands of that era, like Rage Against the Machine, Alice in Chains, and Black Flag. He's not an action star, but he was on the cover of Time Magazine at the time of his death. It's a good documentary about a man who, in the early 90's, was the prime influence for many bands to come, and most notably, Rage Against the Machine. It's the story of the band's rise to fame and fame. He is also interviewed about his past, and how he learned to deal with it, and even how he deals with the people who are trying to hurt him. It's an inspiring documentary, and I would recommend it to anyone who's into music.

Evelyn Parker photo
Evelyn Parker

What a great film. I have not seen a film this good since Black Beauty in 2004. The theme is about music, and the "cyber generation" (the youth in the 21st century). I have always loved hearing and listening to the music, especially classical music. I also love the way the story is told and the way the images and music are connected. I think it is one of the best films I have seen in a long time. I also think that the music is excellent. I also like the fact that the music is not only about the music but about the story, the history and the people who made this music. It also contains interviews with some of the people who made the music. I also love the film because it shows the story of an artist and how he became a rock star, the stories of the people who are involved in making this music, the music itself, and also the stories behind the stories. I think that the film is very good and I would highly recommend it to anyone.

Denise S. photo
Denise S.

Antosha is a great documentary on the life of the famous Italian guitarist, Luigi Bazzi. His music is often referred to as "the voice of the generation". The film was beautifully made by the great Luca Pacioli. It is a rare documentary that shows the life of a legendary figure, one who inspired generations. He was an amazing musician, who had a big influence on all of us. The documentary follows Bazzi through his personal life, his music career and his troubled life with his father, his wife and his daughter. This is a must see for anyone interested in music. The interviews with some of Bazzi's family members and fans are absolutely fascinating. The film is filled with interesting information on the man and his music. Bazzi was very open about his personal life and the depression he was going through, and the pain he was going through. His family and friends also really understand what he went through. This is a must see for anyone who has ever been in the music business. This is an amazing film. It really shows the life of the legendary musician, and shows how his life and music were so much different than the typical rock star. A must see!

Brenda L. photo
Brenda L.

This is a remarkable documentary about the life and career of great singer Antosha (a.k.a. Piotr) Trzebucharek. It begins with a great introduction about the history of the musician and how he got his start and then he goes on to present a number of videos of his music which are really great. Then, it shows the musician's relationship with his father, which was very strained at times, and then his relationships with his brothers, his father's family, his mother, and his music teacher. There is a great deal of material to go through, so I will only say that if you have a deep interest in this subject, you should see this film. If not, there are other great documentaries that will help you to understand the artist better.

Gary Hopkins photo
Gary Hopkins

I'm a big fan of Blondie and other artists in their own right. I grew up in the 1970s and early 1980s. I grew up with music. This documentary does a great job at capturing that time. It's the only documentary I have seen on this subject and it does a great job at that. It tells the story of the era and it's music, while at the same time, it tells the story of an artist who rose to fame in the 1980s. And I think it's fair to say that the music, for me, was the most important aspect of the era. In this documentary, we see the importance of music in the 1980s, not only for its role in the rebellion, but for its role in the social and political changes that took place in the 1980s. The music, for me, was the most important part of the documentary. I had to watch this documentary a couple of times to get the full story, but the music was the most important part. There's a part in the documentary where they show a montage of music. I think the music is what made it all happen. And the music is what makes this documentary such a good film. It is a documentary about the music and the music was the only thing that got us through the 1980s.

Gerald Y. photo
Gerald Y.

I am a big fan of hip hop, and i am not ashamed to admit it. However, i had a hard time accepting that this documentary was about hip hop. That was because the documentary was not about hip hop. It was about the music of the legendary Detroit duo Biggie and Tupac. It's about the rise of Tupac's career, the battles of Biggie and his crew, and the music that changed the way people listened to music. The documentary is so well done. It shows you a side of the music that is not often shown. I was not expecting to hear a documentary about hip hop. I was expecting a documentary about Tupac. This documentary is just so great. I recommend it to everyone. I think anyone who has a passion for music and is a hip hop fan should watch this. I think everyone should watch this documentary. I love hip hop. I love Biggie and Tupac. I think that this documentary is a must see.

Kathleen R. photo
Kathleen R.

What a story! From the get-go, the audience is drawn into the life of this young man who has never known love, only a promise of a romance that never materializes. It's no wonder that the man's mother and his father have been so insistent on the long-term relationship that the man had before. As the movie unfolds, the story becomes more and more complex and it's interesting to watch the confusion that this young man has to live through. The movie is certainly worth watching, even if you've seen it before.