The added feature of the first monologue which jump-started his career (Death and Sex Till Age 14), is better than the main feature, which is an odd mix of other monologues and interviews all smushed together. All things considered, its somewhat banal, but still interesting, like an extended segment on the 'This American Life' radio program (NPR).
Spaulding Gray was much loved by some friends, colleagues and family; they created this piece to honor him after his suicide. In several interviews, he says that he doesn't want to be remembered as a "navel gazer" or some such, but as a man who poetically reported on the world around him. They tried to give him what he wished. Someone who is more a fan of the monologues would be in a better position to say whether they succeeded.
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