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Documentary underlines Jobs’ contradictions

The Man in the Machine in which Chrisann Brennan, Jobs’ ex-girlfriend (and mother of their daughter, Lisa) says: “He didn’t know what human connection was, but he was part of creating technology that connected the world.”

Unsettling contradictions — in Jobs’ personality, as well as in our own love-hate relationship with the ubiquity of our devices — abound in Gibney’s extensively researched inquiry into the former Apple chief’s protean mystique.

In the years since his death at age 56 in 2011, Jobs’ name has become intertwined, if not synonymous, with innovation.

“A lot of my films have looked at powerful, contradictory people and hubris,” said Gibney Enron:

The Smartest Guys in the Room during an interview before the new documentary’s screening at the San Francisco International Film Festival.

Scientology and the Prison of Belief was released earlier this year.

Steve Jobs is fascinating on many levels — as an innovator, design guru, business leader.

What the film set out to explore is, what was Jobs’ great talent, and what is it about us, that grief represented?

The film is about Jobs, but it also became about values and about our relationship to the computer.

The iPod was this revolutionary device with the idea of 1,000 songs in your pocket, and then that machine represents who you are.

The film focuses on Jobs’ persona as a “countercultural businessman.”

Yes, he was very much influenced by counterculture values, yet became head of the most valuable company on Earth.

The Daily Beast labeled your film the “Anti-Steve Jobs Movie” and called it a “takedown.”

Granted, there is a lot of critical material in the film, but it is intended to be a search for greater understanding.

Even in my Enron film, distributors said they wanted me to take out the points where you start to feel some empathy for (Jeffrey) Skilling and (Kenneth) Lay.

Jobs was also a fantastic performer, put on an extraordinary live show at his product launches, but he could also be ruthless, cruel and totally self-aggrandizing.

[...] just as Brown surrounded himself with the very best musicians, Jobs understood the importance of hiring the absolutely most talented people and knew how crucial they were to the success of what he was trying to do.

[...] that was a sad thing to lose, but I feel better for it.