The Invisible Man
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A fascinating documentary about a fascinating man who led a fascinating life. People like George Plimpton just don't exist anymore . This is the best movie I've seen recently I really really liked it.
A sweet and endearing documentary about a sweet and endearing person. Plimpton was a wonderful writer, and his eagerness to try and fail and his honesty really made him a special person.
Excellent. After reading a decent amount of his work, I was surprised to learn so much more about him.
Fascinating portrayal of an endlessly-interesting subject. Well-balanced, amusing and heartfelt.
A feel good documentary about a great writer who defined his own success and, in the process, invented participatory journalism.