TURN EVERY PAGE: THE ADVENTURES OF ROBERT CARO AND ROBERT GOTTLIEB – Review by MaryAnn Johanson

An exploration of a working partnership of half a century that is perhaps more intimate than another filmmaker might have achieved — the director is the daughter of one of its subjects, after all. But its crisp, congenial charms overlay a clear-eyed, unsentimental elegy for an era in journalism and publishing that even dedicated culture-watchers may not have realized has all but disappeared.

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TURN EVERY PAGE – Review by Lois Alter Mark

You probably wouldn’t expect a book about an urban planner to become a classic. And you definitely wouldn’t expect a movie to be filmed about the making of that book. Yet, almost half a century after its release, Robert Caro’s biography, The Power Broker, remains a bestseller and Turn Every Page, the new documentary about its author and editor, is absolutely riveting.

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