Original title: Wonder Boy, Olivier Rousteing, né sous X
- 1h 23min
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This was done very well, in my opinion. There was one scene in particular that he could have easily taken out because it was very raw, emotional and a lot of people don't want to let people see that, much less strangers. I finished watching this documentary not really thinking about the documentary itself but more so Olivier as a person. It seems like at this moment he doesn't really expect to ever feel happiness or joy in his life because he feels like he will always be searching for answers and I really hope that changes for him. Just another example of how someone can appear to have it all yet it isn't enough. When it showed scenes of him sitting quietly in his house, alone, I kept thinking he needs a puppy. Obviously a pet isn't the answer to all someone's problems and it might seem silly for me to say that to some people but it really is good for a lot of people. He might not even be an animal person, I don't know, but I kept going back to that thought. I'm sure he has lots of fabulous moments in his life because he is after all living his dreams but when you have to sit in your own thoughts, it can be a very different story. Oh, one thing I can say about the documentary itself is I wish more of it would have been in English because I wanted to be able to look at his work more in the moment and his pretty face (yes I said pretty, sorry) but I was having to read words on my tv screen. But that's really no big deal! I hope he is happy with the way it all turned out.
- Jul 2, 2021
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Is Wonder Boy, Olivier Rousteing, né sous X (2019) known by a different name in Canada in English? If yes, what is it known as?Answer