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And Everything Is Going Fine

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And Everything Is Going Fine is a documentary film directed by Steven Soderbergh about the life of monologist Spalding Gray, who decided against recording narration and new interviews. The film principally numerous excerpts from monologues by and interviews with Gray.
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Denver Post

January 01, 2011

Think of the film as Gray's final monologue.
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Seattle Times
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January 13, 2011

This is not a standard bio-documentary. It is the artist giving us a guided tour of himself, through a mosaic of clips from his shows and TV interviews, craftily assembled by Soderbergh.
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sbs.com.au
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March 09, 2011

A tangible emotional aspect and lovely quality of And Everything is Going Fine is that of a friend trying to understand the process that led to a loved-one's suicide.
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Jam! Movies
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March 11, 2011

Soderbergh's creation doesn't fill in any blanks about Gray, and the film is not for the uninitiated, but even ardent fans will have trouble warming up to every detail.
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Q Network Film Desk
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August 04, 2012

allows Gray to speak of his life and its significance entirely in his own words without any intrusive talking heads or academic pontification
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San Francisco Chronicle
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February 17, 2011

This was obviously a labor of love for Soderbergh, and a fitting memorial to the artist.
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NOW Toronto

March 11, 2011

Gray ended his life in January 2004, but director Steven Soderbergh and editor Susan Littenberg have resurrected the beloved actor and monologuist in a sort of performance collage.
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Washington Post
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January 28, 2011

A brilliantly conceived documentary, one with uncommon respect for -- and understanding of -- its subject's life and art.
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Boston Globe
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January 13, 2011

You're left with as rich a sense of this man as you would in a more typical work of nonfiction. But the film's deceptive, meticulous editing also reveals that Gray's odd ambition met a cultural moment in which it could take root and thrive.
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Globe and Mail
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March 11, 2011

Soderbergh's editing neatly duplicates Gray's methods, showing us how memory treats the same material at different stages in a life, applying those different coats and shades of lacquer.
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Movie Metropolis
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August 21, 2012

It's all quite deeply moving, and if you remain untouched by the end credits, you have some self-examination of your own to do.
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