Auto Focus

Auto Focus

Book - 2003
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Bob Crane became well known as the star of the hit comedy series "Hogan's Heroes." With fame and success, Crane drove headfirst into the darker, destructive side of celebrity life. He eventually teamed with a video technician who helped him document his numerous sexploits. But when his fast living got out of control, the end result was a brutal murder that remains one of Hollywood's most scandalous unsolved mysteries.


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jimbedley Mar 02, 2013

The opening credits are wonderful (I'm not being sarcastic) but the movie fades. It may have been more satisfying if there was more footage of the Hogan's Heroes days. After all, that was the zenith of Crane's professional life. We need to see more of the positive side of him to balance the creepiness of his private life. More yang to his yin. Dafoe's character was not believable - not sure if a different actor could have improved it or if the writing was simply poor - probably both.

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Mar 14, 2011

mexicanadiense thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over


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