Winner Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival
David Lynch Presents
A Terry Zwigoff Film
Terry Zwigoff's new film "CRUMB" is an intimate portrait of the underground artist Robert Crumb. It is also a creepy, darkly funny, and haunting glimpse into the capriciousness of fate in the workings of a single family -- the Crumb family. Shot over a period of six years, "CRUMB" uses unexpurgated interviews with the artist, his family, colleagues, critics, and ex-lovers, along with footage of his work, to paint a riveting picture of this artist's obsessions, and of the powerful visions he has created with them. Ultimately, the film is about following one's own individual vision and the rewards and risks of doing so.
CRUMB is now appearing in select theatres.
Check out where Crumb placed in movie critics Top 10 List and other awards.
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