Larry Flynt: The Right to Be Left Alone
Both hero and villain, tireless civil rights advocate and purveyor of pornography, the always controversial Larry Flynt is the subject of Joan Brooker-Marks' documentary. Delving beyond Flynt's political career, the film offers an intimate glimpse into the publisher's personal life, including the assassination attempt that left him paralyzed, and his first wife's battle with AIDS. Ultimately, Brooker-Marks delivers the full, unvarnished story of one of America's most unlikely defenders of civil liberties.
Cast: Larry Flynt, Liz Flynt
Produced by: Joan Brooker-Marks, Walter Marks
Directed by: Joan Brooker-Marks
Running time: 1hr 20min
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