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@christiandelacruz8800
This is honestly a masterpiece. You should submit this to a film festival no lie whatsoever.
@brandimartin1149
@brandimartin1149 Vor 14 Tage
When a documentary about Disney makes you feel more emotion than anything Disney has put out in the past year. ❤️
@stupidrare5967
Hearing his sister’s voice break while talking to him was heartbreaking
@PA551ON
@PA551ON Vor 14 Tage
I don't understand how anyone doesn't see Kevin as a documentarian, filmmaker or artist... literally NO ONE puts this amount of work into DE-vid videos...and honestly this might be the best one of the channel so far. Amazing.
@howgan
@howgan Vor 14 Tage
The editing in this video feels like a documentary that would be in a film festival. Great work
@Marshal6000
@Marshal6000 Vor 14 Tage
That plot twist though. Man, you should really submit this to Sundance and enter it into film festivals. The story telling as well as your dedication to the research is simply incredible. I've been a regular viewer for probably the last 4 or 5 years and it's been amazing to see how you've grown in your talents. I'm willing to wait 7 months if this is the kind of quality that you're willing to put into your documentaries and I really think that this is something you should pursue outside of DE-vid (But don't forget about us of course). The pacing throughout was incredible, I was so excited when you got the final lead which led you to the conclusion we were all looking for, no other video on DE-vid has made me so excited to see what happens next, and unlike a lot of other documentaries I've seen, you not only cover somewhat niche topics, but you have a great sense of dry humor and manage to tell the documentary cinematically through your point of view. I really felt the fatigue and despair which is something I don't usually feel when watching the History channel. You're style is something I can't say I've typically seen before in the world of either DE-vid or most documentaries, and It's something I really admire about you and your art. As someone who has gotten their degree in film and is pursuing an MFA in this field, I really think you have got what it takes to be a true artist, and don't let anyone else tell you otherwise.
@madisonmallman
The fact we were honoring his work the whole video without knowing?! Absolutely incredible
@ella.bratton
@ella.bratton Vor 14 Tage
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@jamalwaterford
You are a filmmaker, DE-vid is simply a platform. Amazing work.
@user-uh4jh2uf2h
@user-uh4jh2uf2h Vor 14 Tage
It's baffling that this is basically a free documentary. A lot of the visuals and camera angles made me more and more interested. And the amount of effort put into research and interviews??? Not to mention being able to find all those people and preparing a list of questions for them. And the twist at the end was really well thought out. Kudos to you and your team for all the hard work it was a great film.
@auroraghost6462
@auroraghost6462 Vor 19 Stunden
As an artist, the tribute to Alex brought up at the end, brought me to tears. It was the perfect send off. To realize the music throughout the entire film, was his. To realize that in the moment you said it. I couldn't think of a better way to give a tribute to a composer. It just goes to show how much heart goes into your work. This is such a master piece. I can only dream someone treats my work with this much respect when I'm gone.
@vladd1713
@vladd1713 Vor 14 Tage
When it was said that Alex could write notes from the name of a company like "Encore" it dawned on me that could be what the 4 notes are. Dis-Ney-Chan-Nel
@jabble__
Kevin, you ARE a documentarian. You ARE changing the world with your art. You have preserved the memory of people like Alex and Jim in a way almost nobody else can. Plus, your cinematography is fantastic. Don't sell yourself short, man.
@vandangerousinc7001
@vandangerousinc7001 Vor 14 Stunden
"This sound has the ability to bring back anything, from the feel of carpet to the color of walls. It can return one's mind to a happy childhood, or represent a safe reprieve from a difficult one."
@hunterduke21
@hunterduke21 Vor 14 Tage
You have an innate ability to pull in and captivate an audience that previously had no interest in a topic. It’s the same feeling I got when I saw “The Alpinist”, “Man on Wire”, “Dear Zachary” or any of the other truly fantastic documentary. You’re just as much a documentarian as any of those creators. Bravo! Keep up the good work.
@blakenelson5073
This was super impactful and so well done, my partner and i watched this together on the big screen in my house and i had to come back on my own account to write this comment. Thank you for honoring his life and subjecting us all to his other works. Please never stop doing what you love.
@kathleenellis2467
@kathleenellis2467 Vor 14 Tage
At no point in the first 75 minutes of this did I expect that you have me crying in the last 15. What I thought would be a light silly video was actually a a masterpiece about one musicians legacy.
@bones_r_cool
@bones_r_cool Vor 14 Tage
This documentary is the best thing I've watched in a long time. The video production is very high quality, I feel like this should be on some kind of paid/streaming service because this deserves it.
@phlegm_mucus5015
@phlegm_mucus5015 Vor 14 Tage
This is a documentary. Thank you for documenting the weird world of forgotten and lost media, attractions, theme parks, and even recipes over the years. You are a true historian and documentarian.
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