The Zen of Bennett

24zen-thumbstandard In the throes of a brand-new project on the eve of his 85th birthday, iconic crooner Tony Bennett looks back on his decades-long career, sharing thoughts on music, art and the crazy rhythm of life.
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Netflix Rating: 3.8
NYT Review
“The Zen of Bennett," Unjoo Moon’s documentary about the singer Tony Bennett, was assembled during the production sessions for Mr. Bennett’s blockbuster album, “Duets II." Read the review
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We see an art form bridge generations with a strange mixture of grace, joy and melancholy.
Robert Abele, Los Angeles Times  full review
Like the singer himself - smooth and classy.
G. Allen Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle  full review
Like with any great singer, it's often the telling pauses of the man born Anthony Benedetto that say the most in "The Zen of Bennett."
Lou Lumenick, New York Post  full review
These elements leave the documentary hanging somewhere between a glorified making-of album promo and a more in-depth portrait of the artist.
Dennis Harvey, Variety  full review
Friendly doc offers plentiful guest stars but only one perspective on the singer's career.
John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter  full review
The way Mr. Bennett talks is the way he sings. There is no subtext, only the song conveyed with knowledge, heart, a sophisticated sense of swing and a positive attitude.
Stephen Holden, New York Times  full review
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