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One of the most critically and commercially successful word of mouth documentary hits in years, Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work played and played for months in major cities around the country as audiences discovered the film and urged their friends to go see it. Directors Ricki Stern and Anne Sundberg (The End Of America) follow a year in the life of the trailblazing comic, covering her entire career (from that early break on Carson to heartbreak over the suicide of her husband and manager to Celebrity Apprentice) and her relentless desire to keep working (and working) with humor, empathy and of course more humor. Wickedly funny and surprisingly moving, it returns Rivers to the spotlight she so richly deserves and cements her reputation as one of stand-up's towering figures.
Enjoyed traveling through the life of Joan Rivers in this documentary, although she seemed unhappy with her life, except for her daughter.Published 15 days ago by AMM
An icon and a great lady. Her work as a comedian was unmatchable by anyone. She was and is my hero, and will be missed greatly. If you don't know her works you are missing out.Published 1 month ago by Sheila P. Simpson
You have to have enjoyed her comedy to enjoy this. I liked behind the scenes. I miss her.Published 2 months ago by Mickey's G.
Love it and miss here humor!! Grew up watching her, really enjoyed the book!!Published 2 months ago by joe romano