LOVE ANTOSHA Trailer (2019) Anton Yelchin Documentary

LOVE ANTOSHA Trailer (2019) Anton Yelchin Documentary

LOVE ANTOSHA Trailer (2019) Anton Yelchin Documentary

From a prolific career in film and television, Anton Yelchin left an indelible legacy as an actor. Through his journals and other writings, his photography, the original music he wrote, and interviews with his family, friends, and colleagues, this film looks not just at Anton’s impressive career, but at a broader portrait of the man. Born in the former Soviet Union to a family of artists, Anton and his parents came to the U.S. when he was six months old. He started acting at nine. He had a genuine curiosity and love for people, for art, and for family. And a willingness to explore, and be open with, the darker parts of himself. Love, Antosha explores his successes and his struggles, and let’s viewers get to know this extraordinary person the world was cheated from seeing grow old.

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the thrill of making movies and studying characters and getting to work with people that you respect and admire is so far superior to everything else a mark at least for me you know it's how I how I think about things the actor Anton Yelchin is with me and you are shooting yet again something yeah it was like the first thing I consciously said to my folks I want to do this I want to make movies really the last number of years you've done so much next tonight here to the stunning death in Hollywood police are saying it appears to be a freak accident that killed the 27 year old actor the random events that had to occur for this to happen we're just can't act reasonably unfair my parents came to this country not knowing a word of English and just started to work my mom I owe her everything for believing in me he had a curiosity that with most people degrades over time I was so kind of baffled by how good he was I wanted to be better smarter cooler but couldn't even hang with him who he was as an artist was so far beyond acting because he could like do everything he started doing these photo shoots in the valley on the side I mean he was the kind of guy that did everything inside certain images I can't get out of my life for Chris Pine to be freaked out about what and I did mean things out there there's always a courage to go into the darker parts of himself we always confident that you have good enough to make it in the industry he was always going further than the rest of us I don't think he gave himself much of a break he was so intent to find situations that would challenge him I want to make things and I want to express a particular point of view that I have when he was little every day he would read cards dear mommy I love you so very much levantese it's no gifts there are the DOS

48 thoughts on “LOVE ANTOSHA Trailer (2019) Anton Yelchin Documentary”

  1. Didn't really know this guy, but I really loved Jim Lake's character from Trollhunters (animated show), who Anton was voicing. When they changed the voice of this character, I was so confused as to why. I loved Jim's voice, it expressed so many feelings and emotions, and you got to truly empathize with the character. I didn't like the new voice (it was ok, but Anton's was better), so I looked up what happened. It struck me really bad that someone so young had died. I've only known him for his voice acting on Trollhunters, but his work was exceptional. I guess it's time to watch this documentary to know him better.

  2. I haven't seen the documentary, do they cover his cystic fibrosis at all in it? I wouldn't know to look if I didn't know he had it, but you can definitely tell he has it by looking at his clubbed fingers with large fingernails. I also wonder how long he would have lived had he not died in the accident. A friend of mine with CF died when she was 21, but another friend of mine that has it is in his 40s.

  3. omg i didnt even know he died already :'( i thought this was a new movie starring him (not a documentary)
    rudderless changed my life

    will watch all his other movies someday

  4. I was shocked when I heard about his death because the final cut of the trailer for Star Trek Beyond had been released roughly the same time he died in June 2016 and the film released about a month later in July 2016 it was really sad seeing him in the film poor fellow killed in his youth in a freak accident I hope the documentary brings some sense of peace to his family and friends

  5. I still think of him all the time. He’s someone who doesn’t fade and his loss still hurts, even though I never met him. I always felt that he was going to be one of the people that changed the way we saw things, he was incredible, brilliant. I still think about how much the world and his loved ones have lost with his tragic passing.

  6. Harry Treadaway is great on Mr. Mercedes, but I still wish I could see Anton's interpretation of Brady. Playing a villain would have gotten him a lot of attention.

  7. Such a fine young actor, i actually shed a tear when he died
    I loved him in Odd Thomas, i was really looking forward to watching his career for probably the rest of my life at this point

  8. Just saw Love, Antosha yesterday in Portland, OR. Beautiful documentary and love story between him and his family. I have a list of movies I need to see him in that I didnt know. Go see it worth it. He reminds me somewhat of Kurt Cobain for some reason Kurt as a kid was hyper and full of creativity.

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