If an obscenely privileged person has the good sense to apologize for his whining, does this self-awareness make the pity party any more tolerable? "It must be infuriating to hear someone complain about the Hamptons," admits Richard P. Rogers—admired independent filmmaker, beloved professor at SUNY Purchase and Harvard, and fortunate son who spent part of his childhood in Wainscott, Long Island—referring to the uncompleted autobiographical project he toiled on for 25 years. After Rogers's death in 2001, former student Alexander Olch began to sift through the boxes of material left behind, commissioned by Rogers's wife, photographer Susan Meiselas, to make a somewhat coherent film out of the reels of self-loathing, envy,... More >>>