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Narcissism runs amok in this sprawling fictionalized autobiography-cum-home movie by filmmaker and video artist Michel Auder. It shows his life across four decades, through marriages to Warhol actress Viva and art star Cindy Sherman, but there are far too many shots of his young daughter and his own face. What we see of Auder's life isn’t terribly interesting, and the incoherent camerawork and editing fail to give any artistic shape to his material, distance it enough to justify his claim that he's an "anthropologist," or support his view that "there are few contemporary artists . . . better than me." Andrew Neel codirected. 184 min.

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