For No Good Reason

Gonzo artist Ralph Steadman--most well-known for his fruitful partnership with author Hunter S. Thompson--is interviewed by Johnny Depp in this imaginative documentary about the British cartoonist's life and career. Interwoven with animated depictions of Steadman's work are scenes in his Kent countryside studio where he demonstrates his unique style, speaks of his human rights activism, and offers accounts of his collaborations with William S. Burroughs and Terry Gilliam.

Year: 2012
Genre: Film On Film, Art On Film, Biography
Country: UK
Director: Charlie Paul
Starring: Johnny Depp, Richard E Grant, Terry Gilliam, Tim Robbins, William Burroughs
Duration: 90 Minutes
Rating: M - Offensive Language and Drug References
Location in store: Documentary (Art on Film)
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