Leon Vitali gave up his career as an actor to work for Stanley Kubrick on anything and everything he wanted. But after Kubrick’s death, he was set adrift, pursuing his work without support, without recognition, with little access and less money. It was in Los Angeles, toiling in obscurity, that Director Tony Zierra came across him. Tony talks to Dr. Garth Twa about the incredible story of Leon Vitali.
A director makes only one movie in his life. - Jean Renoir
"A lot of people watch the film and think it’s a mockumentary. And the people turning up at screenings, some think those are actors that I’ve hired to come along, just to get publicity for the film. Because the whole thing just seems too outlandish to be true. But the thing is it’s all true..." - David Farrier talks to Pure Movies about his incredible new documentary, Tickled.