Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Overlooked Films: The Confessions of Robert Crumb (1987)


This film was made in 1987 for the BBC. On with the show!

 



More Overlooked Films await you at Sweet Freedom.

2 comments:

Oscar said...

That was certainly a unique way of explaining your life to everyone.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks for the pointer! I'll have to look at this soon...you've seen the theatrical documentary CRUMB, I suspect? R. Crumb comes off as the closest to sane in his family there...also interesting to me, anyway, how he got some of his first (non-"underground") newsstand exposure through HELP!, thanks to Harvey Kurtzman and Terry Gilliam...