R | | Biography, Drama
Steve Jobs takes us behind the scenes of the digital revolution, to paint a portrait of the man at its epicenter. The story unfolds backstage at three iconic product launches, ending in 1998 with the unveiling of the iMac.
David Fincher was originally attached as director after the success of The Social Network (2010), which was also written by Aaron Sorkin.
I can't put it more simply than this: We need to put our resources into updating the Apple II.
Steve Jobs: By taking resources from the Mac.
John Sculley: It's failing. That's a fact.
Steve Jobs: It's overpriced.
John Sculley: There is no evidence...
Steve Jobs: I'm the evidence! I'm the world's leading expert ...
In 25th minute of the film, during the first conference session, Steve imagines the crowd doing 'The Mexican Wave' for a moment but that conference was in 1984 according to movie and 'The Mexican Wave' came out in 1986 World Cup in Mexico after the crowd was bored during a match. Later on, it became famous all over the world. So, in 1984 there was not such a thing...
The film's title is never shown in the opening or closing credits.
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