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A good documentary about an amazing talent.
Absolutely magical, loved it.
I love a good documentary. This was one. Give it a go!
A fantastic biography of the legend Richard Turner. This man is amazing. He's possibly the best card trickster ever (with all due respect to Dai Vernon). He also got a black belt when he was visually handicapped. His feats are amazing and he's such an inspirational figure. Highly recommend this to anyone, especially gamblers and people who love cards.
So what's your sad excuse for not being better?
This is truly a great & inspirational film. I highly recommend it even if you just want to be amazed by how good of a card magician/mechanic Richard Turner is.
Inspiring. What a fascinating man Richard is.
Great movie! One of the most engaging and inspiring documentaries, You won't be disappointed.
Little bit of a strange movie...Richard honestly seems like a bit of a jerk...and the movie features some really strange choices like including that he was mad the newspaper called him "blind" when he got his black belt in karate, which would be valid if he was George Clooney or somebody newsworthy but "magician gets black belt" just isn't something that would ever be covered in a sports section if it wasn't maybe somebody like Penn or Teller...so you come away thinking "man, what an ego" rather than "did something amazing with severe limitation". Also he seems really hard on his kid/wife and so it's kinda a portrait of an OCD guy who just happens to be the world's best at something.
3/2/18 Netflix DVD An interesting story about a man who has overcome his blindness with perseverance along with a strong family. His devotion to his craft as well as every challenge he faces is impressive. A little disappointed that the film focused almost entirely on his blindness and not very much on his incredible card mechanic skills. Would have liked to see more of his upclose card tricks.