Written July 30, 2014
This is an amazingly candid portrait of the one & only Elaine Stritch. I don't believe there's anyone with as much chutzpah performing today. If you're a fan, I urge you to go. It's a great documentary, but for those who love her, you don't want to miss it!
Written February 24, 2014
True iconoclast .. Will make you laugh and cry.. Reminding us that if we dare, even when afraid, we do what we love, be ourselves .. We will grow old in a fun and relevant way...so New York!
Written July 26, 2014
True and real, which is all I really look for it in a good movie. Stritch is great, and it's great to see a woman her age and with her accomplishments on screen for the entire duration. What a relief. Go figure, it's as if a movie was made like the audience were actually intelligent and not just fit for the usual idiotic formulaic contrivance with men, guns and women under the age of twenty-four.