And Everything Is Going Fine

Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 29 min.

Plot Summary
The late Spalding Gray was a master of the intelligent monologue, as evidenced by the acclaimed 1987 film version of his one-man show "Swimming to Cambodia." Director Steven Soderbergh examines the work of this witty and articulate but nonetheless troubled performer through segments from his stories and interview footage. This is the story of Spalding Gray told through the words of Spalding Gray, in roughly chronological order and with no outside commentary.

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Genres: Documentary

Distributor: IFC Films

And Everything Is Going Fine (2010)

Release Date: December 10th, 2010|1 hr. 29 min.

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  • Soderbergh imposes a shape until the film begins to feel less like puzzle pieces in search of their place and more like one seamless picture: It's almost as if, with this collage of the artist's past work, he's created an entirely new final monologue for Gray. show more

  • Spalding Gray himself has the last word on his life, something this exacting storyteller would surely have demanded. show more

  • This was obviously a labor of love for Soderbergh, and a fitting memorial to the artist. show more

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