A deeply compassionate, deeply unnerving portrait of a man suffering from dementia and losing his grip on reality. The empathy machine of cinema has rarely been put to such uncomfortably intimate use.
Anticipated, alas, in the 2014 doc Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me…
Now with winners indicated.
One man’s story is not an exclusively male venture with the inclusion of female expert commentators, and his wife a partner in coping with his illness. [This post is not behind the paywall.]
A harrowing yet also inspiring portrait of the American pop music icon as he copes with the rapid deterioration of Alzheimer’s.