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No interviews with happy co-workers/employees, current family, friends, etc. This was a takedown. Just a couple of disgruntled individuals, albeit they did seem fortunate to have worked at Apple and have known Steve.
Amazing documentary. Thoroughly enjoyed it. The end seemed was conclusive and well-thought of.
Interesting story about Steve Jobs and his life works including family
This is an interesting look into the life of Steve Jobs, however, it is also made by CNN Films which means there is plenty of their own brand of selective editing and mild suggestive narratives. The reality is that neither Steve Jobs or Apple is perfect...but they will always be better than CNN.
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A great biography of Steve Jobs :)
Too personal a perspective that I didn't really care for.
It tells the story without so much yelling. It is much better than the movie "Steve Jobs."
Some people say this documentary is way better than the Michael Fassbender movie - I haven't seen that movie yet.
The documentaries were better, but worth watching for the strong performances. Even if not at all realistic.