REVIEW | The Last Impresario


‘The Last Impresario, the new documentary from first-time feature maker Gracie Otto, begins with a casual stroll around the promenade during the Cannes film festival. All of a sudden, actors, directors and other stars of varying backgrounds and talents gather round one man; a sunglasses-wearing old chap. His face isn’t one we’ve seen on film posters, on the stage, or on TV. That’s because his name is Michael White – he’s the man behind the posters, and possibly some of your favourite movies.’

Check out my review of The Last Impresario at HeyUGuys (click image or quote above).

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Freelance film critic.



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