Steve Jobs: One Last Thing
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What the film does have is good narration and sequencing. It is easy to follow along with and explains the Jobs story visually with appropriate detail. Its use of first-person interviews with some of Jobs's old acquaintances is one of the few highlights. The film could have been much improved had the interviews been allowed to take a more prominent role. I would have liked to have heard more from the Buddhist colleague or perhaps even Jobs's wife, who did not actually appear in the film.
Despite the many ways the film could be improved, it is still worth watching if you are a staunch Steve Jobs or Apple product fan. If you are looking for something more substantive, consider reading one of the Steve Jobs biographies instead.
I feel both honored and privileged to have lived during his lifetime, and I enjoyed this short film very much. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in gaining insight into his incredible life.
Still a good video, but not "insanely great".
The Director(s) gave you a good historical roadmap.
The content is easily integrated with other sources.
I consider Steve to be a "survivor" of the process, and I think an extra 10 years would have done him good.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great documentary, learned a lot about Steve Jobs. A terrible same we lost him so soon.Published 2 months ago by M. Terwilliger
I learned a lot about Steve Jobs that I was unaware of, like that he was involved in Pixar, making the first mouse, and left Apple not of his own choosing.Published 3 months ago by Leslie Ann Roy
Used it in technology class to show 8th graders. Only problem was there were a couple of curse words. Overall, good information.Published 3 months ago by Lisa Bickford
It is very simplistic. Don't cover very much of the life of Steve Jobs.Published 3 months ago by Victor Ml Espiritu