فيلم Love, Gilda

Love, Gilda

Love, Gilda is a movie starring Andrew Alexander, Anne Beatts, and Chevy Chase. In her own words, comedienne Gilda Radner looks back and reflects on her life and career. Weaving together recently discovered audiotapes, interviews...

Other Titles
Love Gilda
Running Time
1 hours 28 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Lisa D'Apolito
Actors
Bill Hader, Chevy Chase, Anne Beatts, Andrew Alexander
Country
Canada, USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The life of actress/comedienne Gilda Radner is presented largely through audio recordings of herself and through her handwritten notes, some read by fellow comedians/comediennes influenced by her work, some, like her, Saturday Night Live (1975) (SNL) alumnae. That life is told largely in chronological order. It tells of her growing up period in a relatively affluent family in Detroit, Michigan, and losing her father, who she considered her best friend at the time, when she was fourteen. The story moves to her not finishing college in the University of Michigan's drama program to pursue love - she easily falling in love with various men over the course of her life, most of those men professional colleagues - which led to her start in performing professionally on stage in a number of comedy troupes, where she seemed to be at home. Her professional success, even in those early days, can be largely attributed to she being likable no matter who she was portraying which connected her to the audience, and her willingness to do anything on stage to get the laugh if something as scripted wasn't working. Her reputation in this comedy work led to her being the first person cast on what would be the groundbreaking SNL. Despite the success, she felt much pressure, she hiding an eating disorder in order to maintain the Hollywood body image, which for her was especially prevalent in her mind in having battled weight issues as child. The difficult transition from SNL focuses on her meeting Gene Wilder on the set of Hanky Panky (1982), falling in love (despite already being married at the time) and getting married. Her story's final chapter is the roller coaster, especially in the emotional sense, in dealing with ovarian cancer, which would eventually take her life in 1989.

Comments about documentary «Love, Gilda» (19)

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Denise

I saw this movie last night and I am so glad I did. I am also glad I read the book. I do not understand why this movie is so unpopular. It is so real, it is so sad. I hope the people who made this movie read the book and appreciate the message. This movie should be shown to everyone. I loved it. I recommend it to everyone.

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Jeffrey A.

Gilda Radner (Meryl Streep) is a brilliant and talented writer who writes and produces her own screenplays. She is the mother of two children and is married to businessman George Weston (Christopher Plummer). She has a terrible temper and hates her husband and children. Her mother lives in a mental institution and Gilda has to stay with her mother. George wants to marry Gilda but her mother does not want to see Gilda married. Gilda does not want to see her mother married and she wants her to stay with her mother. She says that her mother is the one who is responsible for her mother's insanity and she is responsible for her mother's insanity. Gilda wants to divorce her mother but her mother will not let her divorce her. Her mother says that Gilda is crazy and that Gilda is not insane. Gilda is determined to divorce her mother and that is the only way she will get her mother out of the mental institution. Gilda gets the help of Dr. MacGregor (Philip Seymour Hoffman) and his wife Marie (Piper Laurie) to get her mother out of the mental institution. The film shows that Gilda is not crazy and that she is sane. It also shows that Gilda is not a mother who is crazy and that Gilda is a mother who is sane. I have seen this film over 20 times and every time I watch it I am amazed at how much this film has affected me. It is a great film and it is a must see for everyone. The cast is brilliant. Meryl Streep is terrific as Gilda Radner. She is brilliant and she is a brilliant actress. Philip Seymour Hoffman is also fantastic as Gilda Radner's psychiatrist. This is a great film and I recommend it to anyone.

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Dennis

Gilda Radner, who is playing in the film Gilda Radner, in this film, is a lot of fun and brings a lot of life to the film. She's a very likable woman and is very believable in the role. She plays a good role in the film and brings so much fun to it. The rest of the cast is great as well. They all do a great job at bringing life to the film and make it a very enjoyable film. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to have a good time and just want to be entertained. I definitely recommend this film to anyone who likes comedy or romantic comedies. I think everyone will enjoy this film.

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Andrea Nichols

Gilda: Woman with a thousand faces. She's a female who was found dead in her home with a gunshot wound to the head. What is she, what is she, what is she? When this film was made it was just as it is now, but with a few more facts to tell. The film is a very funny and very sad film, because it shows that sometimes you have to take a little step back to be a little more positive. A lot of the time we don't want to be happy, but there's no other way. Gilda is a very sad and very funny film, and I think it's a very important film, because it's about life and the things that you can do to make your life better. If you look at it as a documentary it's really funny, because it shows how Gilda is in her own world, how she's dealing with her family, how she's dealing with the men who are around her, and how she's dealing with her own feelings. Gilda: Woman with a thousand faces is a very funny and very sad film, and I think it's a very important film.

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Philip F.

The characters are well-developed, and the film never becomes tiresome, which is rare in documentary-style films. The film is nicely edited, and the story is both intriguing and entertaining. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who enjoys documentaries.

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Gregory

This film is for anyone interested in the health effects of childhood vaccines. There is a major epidemic of autism, and we know it, the government knows it, and the parents know it. This film does a very good job of presenting the facts. If you have a child with a developmental disability or a brain disorder, this film is a must. It will put you in a much better position to know what is happening. You will be able to know more about your child's condition, and you will be able to make better decisions about what your child should receive.

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Alexander

Gilda's first movie is a real eye opener. The story is about a woman who left her husband to join the circus. Gilda's first movie was an eye opener for me as well. I was once a young child and my mother took me to see Gilda in the circus. I was mesmerized by the looks of the animals and the great spectacle of the circus. I now understand why the circus is so important to the Chinese culture. Many of the animals were used in the movie. Gilda was a great animal lover and did not want her life to be cut short. I learned a lot about animals and their lives. She was a wonderful woman. I can see that she was very loving and protective of her husband and the circus. She was always in the way of the animals. She was never happy with her life and she wanted a change. She wanted to see more of the animals. She was also extremely supportive of the animals. She gave them a lot of love. I think that this movie is a great start to an incredible career. It is really well done and is a great introduction to Gilda's life.

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Gregory F.

This movie was good. I've always loved Gilda Radner and I can't believe this movie is about her. I feel like they could have done a better job. Gilda is so talented, so intelligent, and so very funny. I love her movies. I wish they would do more like this. I feel like they don't make them like this anymore. I hope they do more like this. This is the best. I just watched it on Netflix and I am so happy I watched it. I can't wait for it to come out on DVD.

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Austin Carr

I first heard about this movie when I was a kid and was fascinated by it. I was already familiar with the book by Elizabeth Gaskell, so I had a strong expectation that this film would be something to be proud of. I was very disappointed. The story is based on a famous quote from Gilda Radner. The quote is that, "You can't teach an old dog new tricks, but you can teach him how to read." The film tells the story of a young woman who lives in a small town in Maine. Her father is an alcoholic, and she is raised by her mother. She has a dream to go to college and is starting college in her hometown. She begins working in a small ice cream shop, and meets a fellow worker named Gilda. They form a relationship and become friends. The movie shows how Gilda reacts to the change in her life. She begins to change, and gradually grows into a young woman. She begins to realize that her life was not the way she thought it was. She realizes that her world is not what she imagined it to be. The story ends with her graduation. It is one of the best movies I have ever seen about a young woman who grew up in a small town. It is a powerful story about how life is not what we think it is. It shows us how to grow and learn and how to accept change. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about life.

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Dylan L.

I just saw this movie on DVD, and it was so very funny! I was very glad that I watched it on a rainy day, and that I had a small-screen to view it on. It is so very true to the real life of Gilda Radner, and I believe it is quite informative. It also showed how the relationship between Gilda and Harvey went through the years. It also showed the interactions between Gilda and Jerry Lewis. It was a great movie, and I highly recommend it to anyone. I also want to add that this is a must-see for anyone who is a fan of Gilda, or just someone who enjoys good documentaries. A great story and great story telling!

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Louis

I love this film. Gilda is just a beautiful character and I felt sorry for her in her sad time. This is the first time I have watched a documentary about a woman's struggle with her sexuality and her depression. I just love it! I think that it shows the struggle and the hope for the future.

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Aaron Peters

I am a huge fan of "Gilda", so I went into this movie not knowing what to expect. I had heard that it was a "largely documentary-style" film. I was not disappointed. I think that the movie did a very good job of telling the story. It is very entertaining and has many beautiful moments. However, it did have a few holes in it, mainly because of the editing. I have never edited a documentary, but I do know how to edit a movie. I would have liked to have seen more of the footage, but it did not hurt the film at all. Overall, I would recommend this film to anyone, but if you are not a fan of Gilda, you might want to skip it. It is not a great film, but it is worth watching.

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Kathryn Young

This movie is about the documentary "Gilda," a movie about the life of Gilda Radner, the child star of the 1970s. She was a child star who was so young she didn't have the name recognition that the other child stars had. I think she was probably more famous than people realize. It's not easy to be famous at that age. I think Gilda was a very good child actress. She had a very good sense of what was appropriate to be on screen. She was an excellent actress and she was a very talented person. She is the best child star I have ever seen. Gilda's career was a big influence on the careers of many of today's child stars. This movie was about her life and her career. It shows her a little bit about her life, her family, her friends, her home life, and how she got to where she is today. This movie is about the life of a child star. It's a good movie. It's not the kind of movie you would watch every day and you wouldn't have to think about. This is a movie that you watch once a week or once a month, but it's a movie you can watch over and over and over. This is a good movie.

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Louis Myers

This documentary explores the state of the industry and the thoughts of its many "stars" (and not just the ones you see on the screen). For instance, the filmmakers bring out the passion that drives many of these performers, but they also ask whether their work is good or bad. They discuss the ways that it can damage and/or benefit a child's future. The documentary also highlights some of the bigger names in the industry, like Anna Faris, who is working on her second movie. For instance, there are many times that the actress has to be out of her comfort zone to work with a child star. She explains how she had to get used to the idea of "being a mother". The film also explores the science behind some of the child actors, like how they are able to adapt so well to the "stereotypical" roles they play. It also explores the way that child actors are paid, the pressures that these kids face to be the "next big thing", and the many ways that these kids are forced to be "real" by the producers. The film also highlights the fact that child actors are very successful, because of the large number of people who believe that they are special. The film also provides many great clips of the child stars that are featured on the cover of magazines, and it also includes many clips of some of the child stars who are not on the cover. Overall, this film is a must-see for any film buff. The film also has a great message to it, because it is not only about the child stars, but about the movie industry as a whole.

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Eugene P.

I remember reading this book in the 80s and loving it. I loved it then, loved it now. I still love it. I just re-read it, and loved it again. I'm so happy to see this movie. I loved the book so much, but now I'm in love with it. This movie is so true to the book. It's so beautifully written. The acting is also amazing. This is a movie I will remember for a long time. I loved it!

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Phillip W.

When Gilda's War comes out on DVD, I'll buy it and give it 10 stars. I've watched the documentary, and I think it's very informative. Gilda, the dog, is my favorite movie character. I watched it with my dad when I was a kid, and he loved it. I watched it with my mother, and she loved it. I think the movie is very good, and I think it should be more widely available. It's great to see how people are living their lives. I think people need to understand that if you're not happy, you can't go back and try to fix things. You can't go back to your past, or make it better. Gilda, the dog, is living proof of that. I think people need to see the movies that show the "real" people that live in the world. This is a great movie for people that want to see a movie that is honest.

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Bobby T.

This is a very interesting documentary about a woman who believes that she was a victim of child abuse. Gilda Radner was an important and talented woman in her day. Her performances were amazing. The subject of the documentary is the book she wrote entitled "Love, Gilda". It is very good, as you can see in the documentary. It is very funny and sometimes very sad. The DVD has a great sound quality and a great picture quality. This is a must see for everyone. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Heather O.

As a film-maker, I am a huge fan of the indie movement. So when I heard about this documentary, I decided to watch it. After seeing this documentary, I can say that this is a fantastic documentary. Gilda's story is an inspiring one, and the movie itself is truly amazing. Gilda was an important figure in the history of the American film industry. Her efforts helped create films like "Thelma & Louise" and "The Boxer", and her story was also the inspiration behind the film "The Hours". I really enjoyed the way the film was presented. It's one of those documentaries that are not to be taken as "official" facts, but as a true, unapologetic account of a time in the history of American cinema. I think that the movie should be given the respect it deserves, and I'm excited to see the future of the indie movement. This documentary is a must-see for anyone who is interested in the history of the indie movement, and I'm looking forward to seeing the future of this movement.

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Megan

It was a little too long but it was worth it. I'd never heard of Gilda Radner but she did a great job. I have not seen much of her work and this film was refreshingly different. It's about Gilda being a little girl growing up and the life she had in England. It was very moving and I have to say I am surprised that I didn't know this story before. I would recommend this film to anyone. It is a story about being yourself and what you want to be. It is about how people can be both good and bad. It is also about the importance of family and how it can be and how much it can affect the lives of everyone. I can't wait to see more of Gilda's work.