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Good Documentary on Shep Gordon. He comes off as kind of arrogant at times, but how can you not when you have so much going for you.
I thoroughly enjoyed this documentary. It was not slow or boring and the subject matter really intrigued me. Great watch for film and music enthusiasts!
I must admit I didn't know much about Shep Gordon until I listed to an Art of Charm podcast recently. It's amazing how many different experiences he had. Now I'm trying to catch up :)
Fantastic to see how he nurtured so many individuals and they all show much love for him
A must see if you grew up during that time. What a n interesting life!
Very interesting documentary about a man I'd never heard of yet is clearly one of the most influential/popular people in the entertainment world, he helped create/manage Alice Cooper and several other big acts, helped create the entertainment chef ie Emeril Lagasse, and just knows damn near the biggest names in the acting/music scene, it's quite extraordinary all this one guy was able to do, not a bad directorial debut for Mike Myers, who knows if he'll direct more movies, but this def showed some potential
El tipo mas cool del mundo (al parecer)
Shep Gordon. Perhaps a deity for the rich and famous? He's such a true inspiration, and a gentleman. He deserves to be the center of his own sect of the Jewish faith. Let's face it, it'll be bigger than Kabbalah. Sheptology. Finally, we would have a celebrity-based faith that isn't pure evil.
Shep Gordon's stories are the stuff of legend.
Very enjoyable doc, very fascinating subject. Deeper than I expected. Definitely worth seeing.