Directed and Produced by Ting Poo and Scott Lee, Val is a documentary released in 2021. Based on the life of famous actor Val Kilmer, the documentary shows the different aspects of the actor’s life, from his early days in the industry to raw footage from his childhood, school life, auditions, and personal recordings. With an IMDB rating of 8/10, Val has surely been a fan’s favorite with its release. Kilmer was diagnosed with cancer, due to which he started losing his voice which led him to realize that it was time for him to tell his story to the world and thus began Val, a documentary based on his life.
Where to Watch?
Val was premiered on July 7, 2021, at the Cannes Film Festival, a world premiere. With a limited theatrical release in theatres on July 23, 2021, due to Covid 19 situation, the world is facing right now. However, the film was released online on August 6, 2021, on Prime Video. One can stream it for free on Prime with a 30-day trial or subscribe to Amazon Prime for INR 999 per year. Val is exclusively released on Prime Video and is not available on any other platform such as HBO Max, Netflix, or Hulu. The theatrical release of Val was limited only to a few countries, such as America and France.
On the other hand, Val is available free of cost on Prime Video for registered members globally, across countries like the USA, India, Australia, Britain, etc. One can also download or watch the documentary from different sites such as 123 movies and curiosity stream; however, these come with many drawbacks such as not being authorized, plagiarized, and illegal content and virus issues. One can easily watch Val on Prime video without any hassle and enjoy one of the most interesting documentaries released this year.
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Val is a documentary based on the life of Hollywood actor Val Kilmer who wanted the world to know his story when he was diagnosed with cancer. The documentary covers the real-life and reel life of the actor through multiple personal and professional clippings from his childhood days, industry days, to old age. Even though there are no rumors of a second part of the documentary, the documentary covers almost every aspect of Kilmer’s life. The chances of having a Part two of the documentary a highly less. As of now, Val remains a favorite amongst the film lover and fans of the great actor.