This zingy satire is so perfectly, beautifully Jon Stewart: big and brash, raging with fury at the state of American politics but also underlain with hope that it might be changed for the better.
Jon Stewart’s first film is passionate and principled, as I expected, but also hopeful, almost serene, and even gently amusing, which I did not.
I wasn’t sure what sort of a draw Jon Stewart would be at the London Film Festival, but there was a huge mob at the press screening of his film.
LFF is a veritable orgy of cinema, and I love it. It’s exhausting, but I love it.
I haven’t seen John Oliver’s Daily Show yet, but I just watched Jon Stewart’s guest appearance on the Egyptian equivalent of The Daily Show on the Web.