Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview
Directed by Paul Sen
1 hr 10 mins, rated NR
In 1995, during the making of his TV series Triumph of the Nerds about the birth of the personal computer, Bob Cringely did a memorable hour-long interview with Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died in October, 2011. The film was shot 10 years after Jobs had left Apple following a bruising struggle with John Sculley, the CEO he brought into Apple. At the time of the interview Jobs was running Next, the niche computer company he had founded after leaving Apple and would later sell to his old company, enabling Jobs return to his Apple roots.
During the interview, Jobs was at his charismatic best witty, outspoken and visionary already anticipating the digital future that one day he would do so much to make possible. In the end, only a part of the interview was used in the series and the rest was thought lost. But recently a VHS copy was found in the series director's garage. Cleaned up with modern technology and put into context by Cringely, this is a unique and very candid interview that reveals as never before the burning passion of Steve Jobs, a passion that would go on to give us the iMac, the iPod, iPhone and iPad.
As he says in the interview, Jobs took the best and spread it around "so that everybody grows up with better things."
"Perfectly timed to the global fascination with Jobs, whose fans will hang on every word." Robert Koehler, Variety
"The only talking head people would pay to watch for more than an hour." Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times
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