The September Issue

The September Issue

By R.J. Cutler

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2009-09-04
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1h 29min
  • Director: R.J. Cutler
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 5.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
6.7/10
6.7
From 88 Ratings

Description

An intimate, funny and surprising behind-the-scenes look at VOGUE'S legendary editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and her team of larger-than- life editors, the 2009 Sundance Film Festival Winner tells the captivating story of how they create the must-have bible of fashion: THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE. Director R.J. Cutler delivers this riveting look into the world of fashion that is as fun, fabulous and fast-paced as the world it captures.

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  • Love love loved it

    5
    By VictoireMary
    This is a must for everyone who loves fashion. I love that movie. If you liked 'Scatter my ashes at bergdorfs' you for sure will love this (and if you haven't seen that one yet than you really should)
  • Self Absorbed Useless Piece of Garbage

    1
    By BKLYN5686
    This is a look at what the fashion industry is truly all about ! One Woman Useless Power . Self Absorbed Lifeless Witch ! She has the nerve to look down on her own Daughter!
  • Sharp, Witty, and an Insightful Look Into a Dynamic Mix of Personalities

    5
    By av8ntexn
    I’m not in the fashion industry and have never really had an interest in it. But this movie provides a great look into the industry and the sharp-tongued, creative personalities that make it run.
  • Lovely

    5
    By Lbirdie91
    Really enjoyed this movie - very insightful and a spin into the crazy life she leads.
  • A Must-See for Anyone in Fashion

    5
    By Juicygurl987
    This documentary shows the entire process of making an issue of Vogue, from visiting designer showrooms to choosing locations and models to styling the shoots. Very insightful and honest, not forced or sugarcoated. The tentative relationship between Anna Wintour and Grace Coddington, two of modern fashion's greats, is revealed. The hard work of each and every employee at Vogue is highlighted, and a bit of background about Vogue's legendary editor-in-chief is also given.
  • Insightful

    3
    By Diana Silva
    Vogue & Anna in a different light.
  • Loved it!

    5
    By MacungieMom
    Saw it on TV and loved it. I'm not even close to being a fashionista, but found it fascinating, and I have a new appreciation for the fashion industry. My husband even liked it too.
  • Just ok...

    3
    By Ro Ho
    I was looking to rent a film about a powerful woman who inspired me through her example...I found Anna Wintour to be quite cold. Well, she knows she is. I am still impressed by her, but the movie was not inspiring. So instead I rented the Matrix, haha.
  • WHY IS ANNA WINTOUR EVEN ALLOWED ON EARTH ???

    1
    By PATRIZIOVANNUCCI
    This inhuman monster proves that she is as ugly on the inside as she is on the outside...er...wait, no outside even a boar hog is more appealing. The only reason she got to be where she is now is because her parents were loaded. The thought of today's young women being influenced by such a high riding witch missing her broom is truly sad. Actually she must be a very sad person. She is a person filled with hate...and who wants to be around someone so tragic?
  • Loved it

    4
    By tubetopocker
    I really liked this documentary

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