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Love Frank & Palm Springs. Nice vintage photos & footage. We stopped at Melvyn's for a cocktail after the film.
I found this doc cute entertaining, but, to be frank, there was not much that I hadn't seen or heard before. The one thing that stood out was the absence of Frank, himself. There were plenty of nice images of him, but, hardly any current movie of him performing or even speaking. That would've been great to see. The interviews were great, especially with Tom Dreeson, one of his closest friends. You'll learn where Frank ate, drank and golfed. If you wish to eat, drink and golf in Frank's steps, nice luck. Some of the territories are actually closed, and the golf courses are all personal clubs. There are a couple of restaurants still up and running, however, and some still remain exactly as they were when Frank and his posse were there. Overall, I found this doc worth watching, and I'll probably watch it again.
It's been well over 70 years since Mr. S first moved to the Coachella Valley, yet his spirit is still felt, remembered and talked about today. And, thanks to director Leo Zhan's effective first-hand Palm Springs trip down memory lane, Frank and Barbara's presence (Frank passed in 1998 and Barbara departed in 2017) will actually be remembered for years to come. Through vintage Palm Village and old Hollywood movie footage, Sinatra's rocky marriage to Ava Gardner, his notorious E. Stewart Williams Twin Palm Estate parties (a raised flag between the two palm trees informed his mates he was home and the bar was open), the buy and build of his 18 room/23 bath Rancho Mirage "Compound," a look into his Villa Maggio home, footage of his favourite restaurants/hangouts (Melvyn's, King Flecthers, The Purple Room, The Rivera - to name but a few), interviews and private stories by locals who knew him and/or served him, and one-on-one interviews with Barbara Sinatra result lives on. It's difficult to say if Zhan purposely left out Frank's reported hot temper, selecting to highlight only his documented tossing of his pasta at a wall if made correctly, but those are facts/rumors that don't really have a zone in a documentary that worships the boy and the myth. If you like looking back, in order to understand the looking forward, "Sinatra in Palm Springs" will fill you with required nostalgia and desert glamor that could not be missed.
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