(2002) dir. Nanette Burstein, Brett Morgen
The Kid Stays In the Picture is a nicely produced almost “autobiography” of film producer/actor Robert Evans, a major player in Paramount in the 1970’s. Evans narrates his own story in his odd voice (which I think was effected by a stroke a couple years before), and I read that the voice over came directly from his book-on-tape of the autobiography that this film was adapted from. If that is true, it’s a clever conceit that works for the film.