I think this is more of an event than a "movie". (The same is probably true of the Bob Marley documentary.) In such cases, standard film criticism just doesn't apply. And neither does the kind of bemused view of this man's work as a kind of interesting chapter in the evolution of addiction treatment. We'd be closer to the mark if the final sentence had read "a remarkable man who remained humble even as he became something of a revolutionary AND SAVED MILLIONS OF LIVES"