Ayn Rand: In Her Own Words (2010) for sure just hit Netflix in the last couple of days. If you have a subscription, there it is.
I got it off the Roku box, "recent arrivals" via Netflix.
It's good fill-in. Not badly done. Some new ways of putting it together, and some rare photos/footage.
Netlix, Ayn Rand: In Her Own Words
I just watched this for the first time. Wonderful film.
I assume most of Rand's biographical reflections are from Barbara Branden's extensive interviews. In fact, at one point (while Rand is talking about buying the 65 cent dinner instead of the 45 cent dinner), I believe you can hear Barbara laughing in the background. Yet, despite the extensive credits at the end of the film, no mention is made of Barbara's role.
This incessant pettiness from ARI is sickening.