Described by Roger Ebert as the most influential film critic of the twentieth century, the film tells the story of Pauline’s life and problematic work, through never-before-seen images, published images and personal letters, and interviews with friends and enemies of his pen . Sarah Jessica Parker voiced Pauline’s voice, and among the contestants were Quentin Tarantino, Camille Paglia, David O. Russell, Molly Haskell, Francis Ford Coppola and their daughter Gina James. Pauline Kael (1919-2001) was perhaps the most open and personal critic of 20th century theater, and when he wrote for the New Yorker and published several bestselling books, he strived to make films or actors work or not, and why His taste has admired and despised him among his readers and themes. Paulines story is of contention and contemplation: the struggle to establish and be heard, and to raise a daughter at a time when the barriers were great. The last film era of the sixties and seventies is an adaptation of this film that explores the question that made Pauline Kaels such an attractive, controversial and therefore well-judged interpreter.