Inside Anthony Bourdain’s ‘manic’ final days and public ‘humiliation’

It’s a jarring moment. Just over three years after Bourdain was found dead by suicide at age 61 in a France hotel room by his good friend Eric Ripert, he is returned to us in voiceover. Although now we know he is a uniquely unreliable narrator.

Inside Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Manic’ Final Days And Public ‘Humiliation’

The New York Post – by Hailey Eber

“What the f – – k am I doing here?” Anthony Bourdain’s unmistakable voice comes in over the rousing opening credit montage of the new documentary “Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain,” in theaters Friday. “One minute I was standing next to a deep fryer. The next I was watching the sun set over the Sahara.” 

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