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After the death in 2004 of American theater actor and monologist Spalding Gray, director Steven Soderbergh (Traffic) pieced together a narrative of Gray’s life to create the documentary And Everything is Going Fine. Brilliantly and sensitively assembled entirely from footage of Gray, taken from interviews and one-man shows from throughout his career, it is a rich, full portrait—an autobiography of sorts—of a figure who was never less than candid but retained an air of mystery. In essence, this hilarious, moving, and revealing film has become Gray’s final monologue.
Don't get me wrong. If I want New York humor I'll watch Woody Allen's films and read his books, even though he insulted all of us on the Left Coast in Annie Hall. Read morePublished on April 16, 2013 by Zarathustra
So glad to have one last story from a great story teller. It was good to see hime through the years, will miss him.Published on December 21, 2012 by Theresa Ann Donahue
It is good to see the culmination of Spalding Gray's life's work. It is all about Spalding and that is wonderful. Read morePublished on December 13, 2012 by J Collins