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The movie, of course, skims over a lot of it, but you get the gist.
This film not only touched us emotionally, but it is a permanent document to have so all can see that love still can exist in a society that scorns gay love.
He holds nothing back as he recounts his life, as well as the life of Chris.
...an amazing story of the lives of two very interesting men that managed to maintain what for all logical reasoning was an impossible relationship both due to their age... Read morePublished 16 days ago by RJ
The other reviewers gave great overviews of this film/documentary. I won't bother to further elaborate on what they said. I thoroughly enjoyed this documentary. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Elizabeth S. Case
Beautiful love story of two very talented and special men in the arts. Historic for it's time, a true testament to a long love shared.Published 2 months ago by James L. Nantais
This is a terrific documentary. I had become interested in following anything that Christopher Isherwood had involvement with and this was what so much of his life was, A Love... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ~*JONAS*~
Truly a love story that puts the lie to all those who complain about the difference in age between Chris and Don. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. J. Dennis
great, heart-touching story, hard to keep back the tears toward the endPublished 3 months ago by David L. Keenan
I thought the documentary was well done. I would have liked a little less of Don and additional professional comment about Chris. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Seth Newman
Seemed like so much fluff. It didn't hold my interest. Probably only interesting to people who know or know more about these people. In the end I just didn't care.Published 4 months ago by Rob Allen
Enjoyed the movie a great deal. The relationship between Isherwood and Bachardy was delightful. The movie, of course, skims over a lot of it, but you get the gist.Published 5 months ago by Robert W. Mitchell