Official Trailer for 'Love, Gilda' Doc About Comedienne Gilda Radner

"I always felt I can do anything, if people are laughing." Magnolia Pictures + CNN Films have debuted the official trailer for a documentary titled Love, Gilda, a profile of the iconic comedienne Gilda Radner, as told in her own voice. Similar to the documentary Listen to Me Marlon, the film is based around a series of long, unreleased audio diaries and personal journals written/recorded by Gilda Radner before she passed away in 1989. It's described as a "comprehensive remembrance of Radner's public legacy" and "underpinned by an engrossing insight into her private struggles." This looks like a heartfelt film that gets into her story, showing how tragically short her life was, yet how much of an impact she made and how she inspired many. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Lisa D'Apolito's documentary Love, Gilda, direct from YouTube: In her own words, comedienne Gilda Radner looks back and

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