Turn Every Page: The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb
Documentary | English | 113 minutes
Biographer Robert Caro is 87. Editor Robert Gottlieb is 91. Both are determined to finish the fifth and final book about the life of President Lyndon B. Johnson. Soon enough we’ll know if they succeeded. Caro and Gottlieb also worked together producing the monumental book about New York urban planner Robert Moses. Between the two there was friction and battles, even arguing whether to use a colon or a semicolon. Despite personality clashes they managed to produce perhaps the best biographies of two great men.
Why Stream This Film?
- Rotten Tomatoes Score (Critics Consensus): 96%
- Metacritic Score: 81
- Palm Springs International Film Festival: Nominated, Best Documentary
- Philadelphia Film Festival: Nominated, Best Documentary Film
- National Board of Review: Winner, NBR Award; Listed, Top Five Documentaries of the Year
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What emerges from the film TURN EVERY PAGE is a humane, often funny image of two men whose respective vocations have dovetailed seamlessly to create one of the greatest pieces of nonfiction writing in the 20th and, now, 21st centuries.
TURN EVERY PAGE is a great profile, filled with wit, affection and detailed stories of how the books came to be.
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