I'm a huge fan of classic movies and I loved this documentary about fashion designer Orry-Kelly. He dressed all the greatest stars of the 1930s and 1940s - Bette Davis, Kay Francis, Ingrid Bergman, and Marilyn Monroe. He won three Academy Awards! His personal life was even more fascinating. He was openly gay and the great love of his life was Cary Grant!!! This documentary focuses a LOT of time on Cary. He was in the closet and he broke Orry's heart. This documentary is based on Orry's unpublished autobiography so I believe it's true. They don't sugarcoat Orry's battle with alcoholism which he won after going to rehab in the 1950s. I hope film fans watch this documentary and become a fan of Orry. He was an important part of Hollywood history.