Ben Lewis' Art Safari episode on Cattelan was much more interesting than this. The usual suspects - critics, collectors, curators etc - say what they are supposed to say, that is, nothing of interest. Gioni's impersonation joke is frankly getting old. No surprises. No revelations. Nothing at all. PS The soundtrack is cacophonic and the animations beyond crude.
It never surprises me that more attention is paid to the conman than the serious artist. The conman is good at getting attention. It's extraordinarily difficult to understand the processes that the serious artist goes through, because often they don't know it themselves. The conman is always entertaining. So we end up with Koons and Banksy and this guy.