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Really fascinating doc. Such an interesting look at power and what people will do to get and keep it. I found it to be entertaining and a really great look at the history of New York and our country.
Where’s My Roy Cohn? dives into the life of a ruthless man. Like Cohn, the documentary doesn’t pull any punches, zeroing in on his damaging effect on American politics. The film is engrossing and straight to the point without beating you over the head. Enlightening to say the least, especially for someone who knew very little about Roy Cohn.
Told the story through a credible cast of family, peers, and journalists from the time. I learned more than I knew about him. It also filled out the perspective that drew Cohn and Trump together.
It was interesting, but it seemed a little biased against the subject.
Roy Cohn was Donald Trump's mentor. This well-crafted documentary is a fascinating insight into the man who shaped our president.
This movie made me physically uncomfortable.... Cohn is a psychopath that never took responsibility for his actions...
If you want to understand tRump, you must see Roy Cohn.
If you like politics the insight into The Donald's favorite lawyer is interesting. Cohn's over the top, blatant dishonesty was a blueprint for the current occupier of the White House.
For the people who are obsessed with hating Trump this doc will explain him in detail. He follows Roy’s words to the letter. Very interesting, Al Pacino played him in angels in America.
Depressing that this unscrupulous man could influence so many people.