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The response to Ashton Kutcher's recent Steve Jobs biopic Jobs has been lukewarm at best, but the media attention devoted to the late Steve Jobs has been going on for years, and it doesn't look like it's going to die down soon. Here are a few documentaries, interviews, and comedies about the Apple founder, all available for Netflix streaming.
Steve Jobs: One Last Thing
This 2011 PBS documentary details Jobs' rise and influence through interviews with his coworkers and many biographers. It does not sugarcoat the life and actions of the often difficult and controlling man, and it features an exclusive inspirational interview with Jobs himself.
iSteve is a hilariously overdramatic faux biopic by Funny or Die that pokes fun at the intensity of Jobs fervor, including prematurely at 'Jobs' itself.
Steve Jobs: Visionary Genius
The slightly treacly 2012 documentary takes a look at the impact Jobs had on society, and it's a less professional production than the other films.
Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview
This 1995 interview only surfaced after Jobs' death, and it features him speaking insightfully about his struggles and ambitions. Though simple and candid, the film leaves you in awe of Steve Jobs.