Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak has praised Aaron Sorkin written biopic “Steve Jobs,” which saw its world premiere on Saturday night at the 42nd Telluride Film Festival.

“I saw a rough cut and I felt like I was actually watching Steve Jobs and the others, not actors playing them, I give full credit to Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin for getting it so right,” Wozniak told Deadline.

“Steve Jobs,” according to director Boyle, is a “direct signal” from the inside mind of Apple’s co-founder Jobs. He told The New York Times blog that it features all the “wonders” and “horrors.”

Boyle revealed that Sorkin’s script ran roughly 200 pages, and according to him, the script for the film was “double” the standard length for a film. Sorkin told The Guardian that he was quite anxious while working on the film. “[Jobs] is someone a lot of people have a lot of very strong feelings about. It’s a bit like setting out to write about the Beatles,” he said.

“Steve Jobs” is the story of Apple’s co-founder Jobs and his journey to make Apple a successful brand. The film stars Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs, Seth Rogen as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Kate Winslet as Machintosh team member Joanna Hoffman and Jeff Daniels as businessman John Sculley.

The film will be the Centerpiece screening at the New York Film Festival on Oct. 3, and it will be released in theaters on Oct. 9.

"Steve Jobs" is not the first biopic that has been made about Jobs. In 2013, Ashton Kutcher starrer "Jobs" was released, and it was mostly panned by critics.

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