LOOKING BACK ON LOVE: Reviews and Feedback

Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 6:23 AM

It's FINALLY Here!!! The much anticipated documentary by Mathieu has been released!!! Just after midnight Jan 29, fans took to twitter sharing their excitement and commenting on the film. What are your thoughts and feelings on the movie? Favorite Scene or Line? Themes discovered? Cinematic techniques? Strengths/Weaknesses? Overall Presentation? Please share. Does Mathieu have a hit? He has asked that viewers share feedback on iTunes.

SPOILER ALERT: If you have not seen the movie, you may want to skip reading the posts.

Live to Give
Lenny Lover Sista

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  1. Re: LOOKING BACK ON LOVE: Reviews and Feedback

    Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 1:57 PM

    **Spoiler Alert! If you havn't seen the film you may not want to read my post.**

    What can I say other than I absolutely LOVED it! BAWA is one of my favorite albums of all time so the music alone sets the film up to be great. I believe Lenny's talent is a gift from God- but you see that he works hard in the studio and with the other musicians. And that he cares about everything that goes into making the record. The creative process - how his love for his daughter, family & friends, and even his surroundings inspire him to create the music he does. Everything just seems to flow. What impressed me (but did not surprise me) was how natural it seems - Lenny is very comfortable with himself and making music. He was just as I imagined him to be- loving, hard working, thankful, truly inspiring. Credit to Mathieu for making such a wonderful film. You can tell there was a level of trust between Lenny & MB - the film felt personal and real. The different settings - the Bahamas, New Orleans and Paris, you got a glimpse of where Lenny lives and how his surroundings are part of his music. The scenes in Paris in the snow are beautiful. The scene of Leroy in the sea was precious. What I loved the most was hearing Lenny's thoughts on the whole process. And seeing how excited he would be in the studio as songs came together. His passion and enthusiasim shows! He has exposed his heart and soul in this documentary...and his spirit shines bright! Thank you, Lenny! Thank you, Mathieu! Love, Love, Love!
    Peace & Love,

  2. Re: LOOKING BACK ON LOVE: Reviews and Feedback

    Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 5:08 AM

    Hi Norma,
    "Looking Back On Love" is about so much more than the making of an album. I agree, Mathieu truly captures Lenny's essence. It reveals "the journey". Very reflective. The movie opened my Mind, touched my Heart, and fed my Soul. Very inspiring!! All a part of HIS plan.

    What is your FAVORITE scene or line from the movie?

    Lenny Lover Sista
    Live to Give