Amiably conventional film concerning two all-time heroes of unconventional filmmaking, ICFK doesn't transcend its formal limitations but does give clues as to how the Kuchars transcended theirs. The film's especially intimate portrait of George connects far-flung dots of his inspirations -- H'wood, Catholicism, underground comix, loneliness, weird parents -- & filters them through his own unavoidable inner sweetness.
FNC '11 Great documentary looking at the personalities and the work of the Kuchar brothers. They represent an underground cinema that sadly is no longer with us but has certainly inspired many a filmmaker and video artist. The films excerpted are just magical in a certain way that one just can't look away from. Lacks the depthness of a film like "Crumb" but certainly an amazing introduction to important work.
I liked the subjects way more than the film itself, so my stars are really for the Kuchars.