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Quincy

Documentaries, 2018, 124 minutes
Quincy
This documentary profiles music and culture icon Quincy Jones, offering unprecedented access to his private life and stories from his unparalleled career.
The documentaries Quincy is a Netflix Original and was released in 2018 and lasts 124 minutes. This intimate, Grammy-nominated portrait of Quincy Jones was directed by daughter Rashida Jones and Alan Hicks. For mature audiences. May not be suitable for children 17 and under. This documentaries is Feel-good.
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Score: 7.7 of the 10

An intimate look into the life of icon Quincy Jones. A unique force in music and popular culture for 70 years, Jones has transcended racial and cultural boundaries; his story is inextricably woven into the fabric of America.

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Audio: English [Original];English - Audio Description
Subtitles: Spanish;English;Italian;German;French

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