The Man Who Loved Women (2016/First Run DVD)
B- Sound: B- Extras: D Film: B
Casablancas was quite the lucky man being able to discover some of
the most beautiful women the modeling industry has ever known. With
a huge impact on pop culture as well, he was known as the ''Man
Behind the Women'' as the founded of Elite Model Management in 1972,
which was one of the most successful. However, with fame and fortune
always comes a price and this interesting documentary gives us a peak
behind the curtain and puts us in his shoes, as examined in the new
documentary Casablancas: The Man Who Loved Women (2016).
by Hubert Woronbiecki, who was a close friend of Casablancas, we get
to learn about the man who created the concept of the 'supermodels'
rise and fall, told by the man himself. This film is pretty thorough
with loads of home movies and photos and archival television
appearances and its 86-minutes runtime goes by in a breeze.
on DVD in standard definition with a varying widescreen aspect ratios
as it puts into full frame and normal 1.78 X 1 from time to time, but
its 1,78 X 1 overall with the 1.33 X 1 window and pillarboxed. The
lossy Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo track is fine for the format. Most of
the film is driven by voice-over narration that accompanies some
animated segments, which is an interesting way of telling the story.
would suggest checking this film out if you are interested in the
subject. I can definitely see a narrative big budget of this story