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Crumb is a fascinating documentary on the life and work of Zap Comix artist Robert Crumb.
Other than the legacy Crumb will leave with his innovative work, the film focuses heavily on his family life (or lives).
It's not hard to understand why "Crumb" might make some people feel, well, downright crumby.
I used to watch it on TVO once in a while. I was so glad to find a hardcopy of it.Published 2 months ago by Derek Udzbinac
That old saw about the line between genius and insanity being razor-thin has never been more clearly defined as in this documentary of the professional and personal life of Robert... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Don Le Couteur
What a strange family! But then really creative people do not walk a straight road. A must see!Published 4 months ago by Joyce L. Buckley
Excellent - the Crumb family is "a very out there" interesting family. One of the best documentaries I've seen.Published 4 months ago by M. Conway
The Crumbs are an interesting family. I liked previous documentary better. I can't remember its name.Published 5 months ago by Annie14
I remember my first viewing of this documentary when it was first released; it left me feeling quite moody and being a starving artist as only a part of it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by thatDonOguy