Crítica – Steve Jobs (2015)
Despite not being an Apple devotee myself, there is no denying the impact upon the modern world of Steve Jobs. He was a titan and a pioneer, and left a lasting imprint on computers, music, phones, and several other industries. Danny Boyle’s biopic is based on the biography that came out weeks after Jobs’ death back in 2011, with the screenplay written by Aaron Sorkin. Steve Jobs features considerable talent in front of the camera as well, and sheds light on the genius of the man, as well as his drive to succeed, and the difficulty of working for an innovative genius.
The film is focused on three major scenes set in 1984, 1988, and 1998. All three take place back stage before major product launches of the Macintosh, NeXT, and iMac computers, respectively. All three vignettes involve backstage interactions between Steve Jobs (Michael Fassbender) and important people in his professional…
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