Reviews for this film from our members:
- Kenji Fujishima @ Slant Magazine
- Jamie S. Rich @ DVD Talk
- Excerpt: Ultimately, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me is a movie about a grand dame of the boards facing her own mortality. Karasawa has provided the actress a chance to reflect on her legacy, and also to crystallize that history, supplying a starting point for new audiences to discover everything that Stritch has accomplished.
- Jonathan Richards @ jonrichardsplace.com
- Excerpt: If you’re not familiar with Elaine Stritch, you’ve missed something.
- Josh Spiegel @ Sound on Sight
- [New – 4/2/15] | Sarah Ward @ artsHub
- Andrew Wyatt @ Look/Listen (St. Louis Magazine)
- Excerpt: While Shoot Me is not especially adventurous or penetrating, its air of unfiltered backstage intimacy is appealing, especially given that the subject is as memorable as Ms. Stritch.