Great documentary on the life and times of Marlon Brando. I really enjoyed it, not knowing that much about him before either in his professional life or his personal life (I didn't know anything about his kids).
Makes me really want to see Mutiny on the Bounty, where it seems he started coming apart some. I also had no idea he was that involved in civil and human rights issues.
It's a super tightly-wound documentary, building climaxes at key moments in his life using a combination of music and some of the more dramatic scenes he performed in. Very good storytelling all around.
The fact that it uses his own recordings and narrative makes it really compelling as well, since you get to know the man inside and out. His views on love alone were worth the price of admission for me.
Heart rating : 5 stars
Brain rating: 4 stars