02:44 PM EDT 05/12/2015
Originally posted 05/09/2015 10:30AM
An exclusive new clip from AOL's series Connected gives an intimate glimpse into the relationship between Susan Sarandon and Jonathan Bricklin – showing him lounging in a hot tub with two bikini-clad women while the Oscar-winning actress is with him in Aspen.
The innovative, longform series, which debuted on March 31, features six New York City couples, including Sarandon, 68, and Bricklin, 37, who use handheld cameras to document their lives and relationships.
Bricklin has said that the series, which is executive produced by documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, shows some of the "issues" he and Sarandon were working on.
Was monogamy one of them?
Originally posted 04/01/2015 05:10PM
Spurlock directed the band's first documentary
Originally posted 11/20/2014 04:10PM
He ate fast food for a month in Super Size Me and followed a boy band around the world for One Direction: This Is Us. So what drives Morgan Spurlock to make documentaries?
Originally posted 01/21/2005 09:00AM
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