This concert film, shot in comedienne Margaret Cho's hometown, San Francisco, showcases her autobiographical riffs on fame, the surreal world of sitcom stardom and getting clean and sober. Standing on a nearly bare stage, Cho
plays to a responsive audience, slinging stinging anecdotes about her family, re-creating the riotously peculiar messages her mother leaves on her answering machine, and lobbing verbal bombshells at smug Hollywood insiders. The show's centerpiece is the debacle that was All American Girl
network comedy starring Cho as the rebellious daughter of a Korean-American family. A Gen-X practitioner of the George Carlin brand of deadpan obser...