An incredibly touching portrait of one of comedy's great neurotic geniuses that reveals an unseen side to the man, and his thought provoking philosophy and spirituality. Revealed through decades of his personal diary entries, the grace and empathy of Garry's view on life seeps through the celluloid and his humility in life seems only to have been matched by the loving, dignified way he it.. There's just as much here to learn about forgiveness, acceptance, ego, and empathy as there is about the brilliant comic scene Shandling emerged from. For those who were already fans it's a beautiful tribute and for the future generations unfamiliar with Garry or The Larry Sanders Show it encapsulates his career, work, and life wonderfully. Judd Apatow has outdone himself and likely without even realizing it, has made his best film to date.