'Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview' Critic Reviews
The most fascinating aspect of listening to him talk comes not from what he says about what he did, but how he talks about it.
It's a tribute to the singular popularity of Steve Jobs that he's probably the only talking head people would pay to watch for more than an hour.
It's just a static shot, the same angle, one guy talking. But what a guy.
Ultimately the docu shows Jobs, as always, ahead of his time.
It's not really fair to judge this raw footage as a movie; a general audience might need more background information, more context - but for us geeks, this is enough.
If you get excited at the use of phrases like "graphical user interface," The Lost Interview will likely feel like a fantastic slab of previously unseen geek porn.