Trailer For The Uwe Boll Documentary F**K YOU ALL: THE UWE BOLL STORY
Director Uwe Boll has made a lot of terrible films in his career. I lot of people despise him, but he also has a loyal fan base that loves him. He’s definitely one of the wildest outspoken filmmakers out there that likes to say a lot of crazy things and he’s known for having meltdowns. He has no filter when he talks and some people admire that about him.
Boll is credited with directing 32 projects, produced over 50, has written 19 films. Some of these films include BloodRayne, Rampage: President Down, In the Name of the King: The Last Job, Suddenly, Assault on Wall Street, Blubberella, Far Cry, German Fried Movie, Attack on Darfur, Postal, The House of the Dead, and Alone in the Dark.
He’s certainly an interesting and controversial individual and now there’s a documentary that’s been made that will tell his story. The documentary is called FUCK YOU ALL: The Uwe Boll Story. That’s definitely an appropriate title for the doc. Here’s the synopsis that was released:
The question at the center of Uwe Boll’s story has existed since early on in his career: Is Uwe the worst filmmaker of all time? FUCK YOU ALL: The Uwe Boll Story is a documentary that explores the unique life and career of the notorious renegade filmmaker. Through personal interviews with Uwe Boll himself, the people who have worked faithfully alongside him, his harshest critics and everyone in-between, this film offers an entertaining and somewhat shocking portrait of this lightning rod of the film industry.
Honing his craft as an indie filmmaker in Germany in the early 90s, Uwe Boll never could have imagined the life that would lay itself out in front of him. He has experienced a storied career that has led to such highs as working with Oscar-winning actors and making films with 60 million dollar budgets, and has reached such lows as having actors publicly disparage their films with Boll and online petitions for him to stop making films reaching hundreds of thousands of signatures. None of this stopped Uwe from continuing to put out movie after movie, totaling 32 feature films before retiring and opening a successful high end restaurant.
Already a cult legend, Uwe Boll will be remembered forever in the film world. Some will remember him as a modern-day Ed Wood, who made films so bad, they’re good. Others will remember him as the prolific filmmaker who came from a small town in Germany and never compromised his integrity while he created his own path in Hollywood.
Check out the trailer for the doc below and let us know how you feel about director Uwe Boll! Are you a fan, or do you despise the man?