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on 4 July 2010
This is an excellent and candid look into the world of comic book artist Robert Crumb which centers more on the life of both Crumb and his family that his actual work as a comic artist. The highlight of the documentary for me was Crumb's brother Charles, a manic depressive still living with his mother who is also a talented artist and comes across as a dry witted, humourous man and genuinely likeable man. If you enjoy documentaries then is a must see.
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