Hailed by some as a cinematic genius, a feminist voice and the only true maverick of American cinema, dismissed by others as voyeuristic, an egomaniacal fraud and the “world’s worst director.” Henry Jaglom obsessively and hilariously confuses and abuses the line between life and art, challenging the boundaries of filmmaking with his unorthodox style. Filmmakers Henry Alex Rubin and Jeremy Workman weave together an offbeat spectrum of opinions from friends, family, Hollywood notables, and even an annoyed waitress to answer the question: Who Is Henry Jaglom? The film will air on public television stations in 2006 as part of True Lives, a series bringing classic documentaries to public television stations, from the producers of PBS’s P.O.V. series. —American Documentary Inc.