Steve Jobs: One Last Thing

Synopsis: Through interviews with colleagues and others who knew the creative genius whose innovations transformed the lives of millions, ONE LAST THING provides an inside look at the man and the major influences that helped shape his life and career.
Production: Magnolia Pictures
 
IMDB:
6.8
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
TV-PG
Year:
2011
60 min
$104,286
Website
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Steve Jobs was

a genius of the modern age.

He gave us tools

to change our lives

and the way we communicate.

Here comes a device

that comes with no manual,

and everybody knows

how to use it... amazing.

They weren't just hits in

the sense that they sold well,

but they actually changed

the whole nature of technology

and caused everyone else

to follow them.

This intimate portrait

is a revealing insight

into Steve Jobs' life...

Andy Warhol gets

down on his hands and knees,

Steve showing him

how to use the mouse.

His career...

He shook up

a whole industry.

His character...

Steve loved

those creative ideas.

His faults...

Steve ultimately

betrayed everyone.

His artistry...

Just the smooth

lines of it.

And his achievements...

He is going to inspire

a whole new generation.

By the people

who knew him best.

I'd give a lot to have

Steve's taste.

If he needed You,

he was your best friend,

and he would seduce you.

When I was having a hard time,

he would be on the phone,

he'd drive up

from silicon valley,

take me out for dinner,

hang out and take walks with me.

He turned on me,

total street bully,

in my face, screa...

We were... and I went crazy.

I'd never been there.

I don't ever want

to be there again.

How much fun we had... ohh...

How much fun we had in those

days doing things together,

you know, but you lose it,

you can't ever go back,

and just to have those conversations

that make us both smile.

Through their eyes,

we reveal what made him

the man who always gave us...

Now there's

one more thing.

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

"One Last Thing"

Mikhel for Subtitulos.es

Steven Paul Jobs died

on October 5, 2011,

at the age of 56,

a life cut short

in its creative prime by cancer.

His death was

not a surprise,

and yet its impact

reverberated around the world.

The news had spread,

and the tributes were created

on the new iDevices that

his visionary genius had made.

His is a success story that

could only have happened

in the U.S.A.

I don't mean to say

that there aren't geniuses

and world-changing people

everywhere... there are...

But I think in Jobs' case,

the particular path

of his career,

this could only have

happened in America.

Steve Jobs'

world-class salesmanship found

a global audience in his famous

Apple product presentations.

He always had

"one more thing" to announce.

Everyone thinks, "wow.

That's... that's so much,"

and, "well, we got

one more thing,"

and then you put

your biggest thing at the end

because it'll tip it.

It's good, uh... it's

good showmanship really.

Tragically

that "one more thing"

has now become "one last thing."

The news that Steve Jobs

had finally logged out

made headlines everywhere.

This man really had

changed the world.

When you grow up,

you tend to get told

that the world

is the way it is,

and your... your life is just to

live your life inside the world,

try not to bash

into the walls too much,

try to have

a nice family life,

have fun, save a little money.

In this exclusive,

never before seen interview,

Steve Jobs gave a rare glimpse

of his vision of the world.

That's a very limited life.

Life can be much broader

once you discover

one simple fact,

and that is everything

around you that you call life

was made up by people that

were no smarter than you,

and you can change it,

you can influence it,

you can build your own things

that other people can use.

Um, once you learn that,

you'll never be the same again.

In the Los altos suburb

of San Francisco, California,

just about everybody

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