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George Carlin Gets The Documentary Treatment In ‘American Dream’
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The Official Trailer For Amy Poehler’s Doc ‘Lucy And Desi’
The iconic couple Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz of “I Love Lucy” are getting another close-up look at their life.
The Amazon Original Documentary “Lucy and Desi”, which is directed by Amy Poehler, will take a look at the couple both from their private life to creating the classic show.
“Defying the odds, they reinvented the medium, on the screen and behind the cameras. What Lucy and Desi couldn’t make work with each other, they gave to the rest of the world,” the synopsis reads.
The documentary premiered during Sundance 2022 and includes interviews with Carol Burnett, Norman Lear, Bette Midler, and the couple’s children Lucie Arnaz Luckinbill and Desi Arnaz Jr.
“They are so famous and funny and successful, but over the years they’ve kind of become very 2D. They almost became Halloween costumes of people,” Poehler told IndieWire. “We use a lot of patriarchal language around innovators, like ‘groundbreakers’ and ‘tastemakers’ and ‘geniuses,’ and I think sometimes we lose the humanness of people, the complicated human parts.”
“Lucy and Desi” comes after the success of Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem’s “Being The Ricardos” which is up for three Oscars.
“Lucy and Desi” drops on Prime Video US & Canada on March 4.
Boy Do We Need Him Now: New George Carlin Doc ‘American Dream’ Coming
Mister D: Currently, there is no material out in the world yet about this new documentary, but I’ll bet we get to hear a piece from this. Carlin seems like he was a modern-day prophet. Watch stuff from years ago and then look at some of the things in the world that has happened and he was right on point.
George Carlin’s American Dream
George Carlin’s American Dream, directed by Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio, chronicles the life and work of the legendary comedian.
Carlin’s career spanned half a century during which he headlined 14 HBO comedy specials and appeared on The Tonight Show over 130 times, constantly evolving with the times and staying sharply resonant up until his death in 2008 and beyond. The documentary examines a cultural chameleon who is remembered as one of the most influential stand-up comics of all time.
The two-part documentary tracks Carlin’s rise to fame and opens an intimate window into Carlin’s personal life, including his childhood in New York City, his long struggle with drugs that took its toll on his health, his brushes with the law, his loving relationship with Brenda, his wife of 36 years, and his second marriage to Sally Wade. Intimate interviews with Carlin and Brenda’s daughter, Kelly Carlin, offer unique insight into her family’s story and her parent’s enduring love and partnership.
Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Patton Oswalt, Stephen Colbert, Bill Burr, Bette Midler, W. Kamau Bell, Sam Jay, Judy Gold, and Jon Stewart are among those interviewed for the project.
HBO Documentary Films, Rise Films, and Apatow Productions present George Carlin’s American Dream. The documentary was edited by Joe Beshenkovsky; executive produced by Apatow, Bonfiglio, Teddy Leifer, Jerry Hamza, and Kelly Carlin. For HBO: executive producers, Lisa Heller and Nancy Abraham.