FORTUNE — Among the 1.9 million people who, as of Monday morning, had viewed the trailer for Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs biopic that was posted on YouTube last week was Steve Wozniak, Apple’s (AAPL) curmudgeonly co-founder.
Woz hated the 1-minute clip of the movie that was released in January, but he’s a lot more forgiving of the 2-minute trailer. “I allow a lot of artistic interpretation for the sake of entertainment and inspiration, as long as the implied meanings of the scenes are accurate,” he told Gizmodo’s Jesus Diaz. “I can’t judge that until I see the film.”
But it’s clear from what he told Diaz that there’s much for which Wozniak still hasn’t forgiven his former partner.
For the rest of the interview, see Wozniak on Jobs’ Biopic: “Young Steve Wasn’t a Saint”.
The theatrical release of Jobs, formerly billed as jOBS and originally scheduled for April 19, was pushed back after it debuted at the Sundance Film Festival to decidedly mixed reviews. It is now slated for Aug. 16.