Vadim Rizov Reviews Vidal Sassoon: The Movie

The first voice we hear in Vidal Sassoon: The Movie tells us it’s “impossible to overstate the importance” of Vidal Sassoon. This flattering portrait, produced by friends and admirers, features interviewees who use words like “messiah” and compare Sassoon’s barber crew of the ’60s to the Beatles; this mild hagiography is certainly not for the unconvinced. There’s some fun to be had with the generous assortment of snippets from Sassoon’s lengthy TV career, but this won’t change how you look at shampoo forever. Audience appeal will be limited to people who see nothing silly about saying the man who invented the five-point haircut was one of the primary architects of the ’60s.

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