My Father And The Man In Black
Directed by Jonathan Holiff
Jonathan Holiff retells the tumultuous relationship between his father, Saul, and the talent that he managed, the legendary Johnny Cash, in this award-winning documentary that reveals how they collaborated to create a superstar, all the while fighting their own personal demons.
Jonathan Holiff retells the tumultuous relationship between his father, Saul, and the talent that he managed, the legendary Johnny Cash, in this award-winning documentary.
A story about fathers and sons. Very well told despite just a little bit wooden narration. For those complaining it's not about CASH himself, I'd ask that they take a closer look at the title. There are dozens of documentaries about Johnny Cash. This isn't one of them. This movie's scope is far more personal & relatable than any doc about a single person.
The focus is definitely on the filmmaker's father but it was an interesting journey behind the scenes and the complex relationships between entertainers and their managers.
very badly made. for some reason i watched it, only learned a few new things about JC, and way too much about jonathan and saul.
Same as others, awful, did about 15 minutes and there is so little here.
I couldn't get past the first 15 minutes. The narrator is terrible and the story seemed more like "Me and My Father" than My Father and the Man in Black.