Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson
Fueled by a raging libido, Wild Turkey, and superhuman doses of drugs, Thompson was a true "free lance, " goring sacred cows with impunity, hilarity, and a steel-eyed conviction for writing wrongs. Focusing on the good doctor's heyday, 1965 to 1975, the film includes clips of never-before-seen (nor heard) home movies, audiotapes, and passages from unpublished manuscripts.
- Stars:Hunter S. Thompson, Johnny Depp, Joe Cairo, David Carlo, Victor Ortiz, Gilleon Smith, Alex Ziwak, Melissa Otero, Pierre Adeli, Angela Berliner, Eugenia Care, Brian Kimmet, Oscar Acosta, Muhammad Ali, Sonny Barger,
- Director:Alex Gibney,
- Writer:Alex Gibney (screenplay), Hunter S. Thompson (writings)
A portrait of the late gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson torrent reviews
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(it) wrote: Horrible but with a bunch of interesting actors.
(es) wrote: A confused, but surprisingly not incompetent, mess.
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(nl) wrote: Could have been better, especially with such a stellar cast. I blame the script.
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