In 1971, novelist Philip K. Dick's home safe was blown open: Only personal papers were stolen. In 1972, he entered rehab and tried to kill himself; two years later, Dick began having visions of God. The last years of the posthumously acclaimed sci-fi writer's life were bizarre, but by focusing on them almost to the exclusion of anything that came before, this documentary limits its audience to diehard fans. Dick (1928-1982) was 22 when he sold his first short story and published more than 40 novels (including Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
, filmed as BLADE RUNNER). His fraternal twin sister died shortly after their birth; his parents divorced soon after....