Listen to Me Marlon

Saw the remarkable doc about Brando tonight. I had no idea he was as thoughtful as he was talented, I had the impression that he was a crackpot — something put forth by the sensationalist pop media, no doubt. But the movie shows how a guy from a deprived background turned that around into a sense of altruism and all that sensitive work. Go see it if you can.

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