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Illuminating portrait of an artist whose work you've undoubtedly seen.
A rich, deeply dimensional documentary looking back at the legendary makeup artist who died in 2002 at 40.
Director Tiffany Bartok shapes standard biopic raw materials into a vivacious, authentically touching portrait of a man who, in his mere 40 years on Earth, changed the landscape of beauty, fashion, and celebrity in sneakily profound ways.
If there's a fault with this affectionate documentary, it's that it leaves you wanting more.
Through Aucoin's own words and his work, Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story presents a colorful and complex man whose impact on the fashion world can still be felt today.
Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story is a well constructed, warts-and-all documentary that probes issues of creativity, sexual identity, and celebrity culture. A talent like Aucoin's was a rare thing indeed.
An exploration of glamour in all its senses, this is a beguiling film which, thankfully, does have substance underneath the surface.
Stirring portrait of a singular master of the very glamorous craft he transformed into art.
Insights never rise above banalities.
The film deftly explores the scars left by bullies and homophobia and the highs and the lows of a man who saw beauty in everyone, but couldn't find it in himself.
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