Plot: An intimate look into the life and work of the revered master comedian and actor, Robin Williams.
Tagline – This intimate portrait examines one of the world’s most beloved and inventive comedians.
Runtime: 1 Hour 56 Minutes
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Verdict: Must Watch Documentary
Story: Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind starts as we learn about Robin Williams’ childhood, from different parts of the country which gave him different cultures for him to grow up in, how he learned that he can entertain and started to study acting, we see how he learnt to cope with not having work by showing his improv ability.
We see how he got his first break with the role of Mork which launched him to superstardom, which also gave him the addictions of drug, where he does get to meet and see his friends fall victim too and the early stages of his battles started.
Thoughts on Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind
Thoughts – Robin Williams is easily one of the actors I respected the most, for me he is an icon of the modern cinema and comedy. In this documentary we get to look at the highs and lows from his life from his childhood to the tragic end. We get the interviews from the people that become friends, co-stars, directors that he worked with through his career and how they saw the changes in his life, we learn how he would always want to be happy to meet and entertain new people. I only have one part of this documentary I wasn’t keen on and that was the timeline we can jump between events even though we are focusing on the same time of the career. If you do want to see another perspective of the great man, you can see how his own words can help guide you through his life, one man that will forever be missed.
Overall: This is a wonderful documentary about one of the greatest humans to walk this Earth.