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Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans (2015)

TV-MA | | Documentary | 13 November 2015 (USA)
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STEVE MCQUEEN: THE MAN and LE MANS is the story of obsession, betrayal and ultimate vindication. It is the story of how one of the most volatile, charismatic stars of his generation, who ... See full summary »

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Gabriel Clarke
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Steve McQueen ... Self (archive footage)
Neile Adams ... Self (as Neile Adams McQueen)
Chad McQueen ... Self
Haig Alltounian Haig Alltounian ... Self
Derek Bell Derek Bell ... Self
Louise Edlind ... Self
Hal Hamilton Hal Hamilton ... Self (voice)
Mario Iscovich ... Self
Michael Keyser Michael Keyser ... Self
John Klawitter ... Self
David Piper David Piper ... Self
Siegfried Rauch ... Self
Craig Relyea Craig Relyea ... Self
Robert L. Rosen Robert L. Rosen ... Self (as Bob Rosen)
Peter Samuelson ... Self
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STEVE MCQUEEN: THE MAN and LE MANS is the story of obsession, betrayal and ultimate vindication. It is the story of how one of the most volatile, charismatic stars of his generation, who seemingly lost so much he held dear in the pursuit of his dream, nevertheless followed it to the end.

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LeMans remains popular today as an historically accurate depiction of its era, albeit focusing on racing at the expense of both plot and dialogue. See more »

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Alan Trustman: Steve McQueen's Mantra: "I decide what is right and what is wrong and I don't have to explain it to anybody. I like women but I'm a little afraid of them. I'm not gonna make a commitment because if you make a commitment to a woman they can hurt you. I wont pick a fight with you but if you pick a fight with me or back me into a corner I will fucking kill you."
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References Grand Prix (1966) See more »

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Star-struck, but interesting nonetheless
12 April 2020 | by paul2001sw-1See all my reviews

Steve McQueen was a movie star with a serious interest in motor racing. He aimed to bring his career and hobby together when he made the film 'Le Mans'. This documentary, about the making of that movie, tries hard to paint McQueen as a man with a vision, ultimately stimied by the system. But it also opens the way to another view: that like many of the rich and famous, McQueen simply expected to get his own way, a form of "integrity" that few of us can afford and which is barely indistinguishable from being spoiled. In places it seems the film wants us to join the crowd of admirers who consider McQueen cool for crashing his sports car driving recklessly in the rain, or for sleeping with a dozen women a week while married. Strip away the star-worship, and you do get a sense of his deep love for the sport, and of the risks taken by the drivers who participated in it in a time when few of the safety measures we are now used to were in place. It succeeds in making you want to watch McQueen's own film, even if (by general repute) it ultimately isn't very good.


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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

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13 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Le Mans, Sarthe, France See more »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$4,079, 15 November 2015

Gross USA:

$6,843

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$41,203
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