lethargilistic’s review published on Letterboxd:
Wasn't watching closely enough to honestly give this a score, but it's a beautiful film that looks at many facets of an interesting man and his sometimes turbulent relationships. Ages ago, I watched this and the suction footage stuck with me, which does give credit to what Ebert wanted to do with that footage—show the reality of his condition during his third act.
The highlights are the behind the scenes footage of him arguing with Gene Siskel. So cutting. So funny.