Being Elmo: DVD Review
Released by Madman Home Entertainment
Unknown to many outside the industry, this is the tale of Kevin Clash.
He may be an anonymous name to many; particularly those outside of puppeteering, but if I say the word, Elmo, to you, you'll know instantly what I am talking about.
Believe it or not, that wasn't just by chance.
There's the irony though of Clash losing time with his daughter growing up because of the demands of Elmo and the continual on the road commitments to the red furry loveable character.
Director Constance Marks has fashioned a simply marvellous tale which is undoubtedly feel good and will leave you with a really fuzzy glow.
It's an inspiration to some and just plain enjoyable to all.
Wholeheartedly recommended for all the family.
Extras: Q&A from Sundance, Thoughts from filmmakers, trailer, and performances from Macy's Thanksgiving Parade