Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview Reviews
what the fuck
After seeing this, you can't help but feel the profound sense of loss of the passing of a man whose vision and work has so seamlessly filtered down into our everyday lives and changed the way that we think, create, execute, and even live, and will do so for many years to come.
He created - twice - the singe most valuable and possibly the most important company in modern business history, a company who will carry the wave that he created forward into the future, affecting and enlightening the lives of generations to come. This one static shot for 72 minutes is more fascinating to watch than most movies, because he could see what was coming with such absolute clarity and he had his fingers on the pulse of what people loved, wanted, and needed, and knew how to create it or give it to them. He was one of those amazingly rare individuals who could see the future and lead us to it with panache, clarity, honesty, and a joyful playfulness.
His death was such a loss. This movie is a must-see.