Crumb (Terry Zwigoff, 1994)

“Crumb,” which is one of the most remarkable and haunting documentaries ever made, tells the story of Robert Crumb, his brothers Max and Charles, and an American childhood that looks normal in old family photographs but conceals deep wounds and secrets.  (…) Movies like this do not usually get made because the people who have lives like this usually are not willing to reveal them. “Crumb” was directed by Terry Zwigoff, who had two advantages: He had known Crumb well for years, and Zwigoff was himself so unhappy and suicidal during the making of the film that in a sense Crumb let him do it as a favor (…) “Crumb” is a film that gives new meaning to the notion of art as therapy. (Roger Ebert)

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