Nathan Fielder has one of the greatest shows on TV right now. The season finale is a cinematic 2 hour documentary on a recurring character named Bill (a Bill Gates impersonator) who is searching for the woman he once loved many years ago. Funny, heartfelt, and entirely engrossing; Finding Frances earns its place as one of the best films of the year and shows us a side of Nathan we haven't seen.
As unimaginable as it sounds, the comedic equivalent to 'The Act of Killing' in its nimble-footed dance with and against documentary conventions, eschewing and exploiting Bill Nichols' doc modes without missing a beat. The only new release I've seen this year to rival 'Twin Peaks: The Return', personally speaking. I've never felt so many different emotions from a piece of television. Mesmerising, silly & haunting. <3