There was once a man who made his own fortune and took his brains, his thirst to create, and his unquenchable drive and changed the world in extraordinary ways, and his life and influences are portrayed in brief in Steve Jobs: One Last Thing.
In just 56 minutes the legend is explored in numerous viewpoints, including a lot of interview footage from those who worked with Jobs and were his friends. Intimate details of his life (we're talking about philosphical points and mannerisms here people) are passionately explored by those that knew the man about as well as anyone could know him. There is the emotional interview after Mr. Jobs announced his having cancer and sat down with longtime rival and friend Bill Gates and many early photos and footage of Apple in its infancy, of Silicon Valley and the esteemed garage where Woz and Jobs combined to redefine the staple of the computer keyboard where it all began.
This is an extremely inspiring and surprisingly candid look into the life - for better and worse - of Steve Jobs, and it pays a great amount of respect to the one and only pioneer.
See how many stars author R.J. Huneke gives this film on Examiner here.
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