You find yourself in the awkward position sometimes of trying to convince someone to do something you know they're going to find unpleasant. If you have yet to see Terry Zwigoff's heralded 1994 documentary about underground comics legend Robert Crumb, or R. Crumb, or simply Crumb, mark my words: you'll squirm. You might even recoil, but chances are you'll also be utterly fascinated from the first frame to the last. Filmed just prior to Crumb's expatriation from the U.S. to France (where he still lives), Zwigoff's film excels not only in its portrait of the man behind the art, but also in the redeeming power of art itself . . . though the journey and the result are... More >>>