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Plot: New Hannah Gadsby stand up comedy. Runtime: 69 min Release Date: 19 Jun 2018
This is the best thing I've seen, possibly ever. (by hannamcdeavitt)
I expected to laugh and I did, very much. I didn't expect to be so moved. This Story is important. I am so grateful that she had the strength to say everything that she did. I really needed to hear it and I think the world does too.
Bill Hicks is dead, long live Hannah!!!! (by iescottycg)
The most intelligent, thought provoking, funny, angry, heart wrenching, truthful, historically political and important comedy program I have ever seen. An amazing artists puts it all out there like it's never been put out there before. Truthful, angry and in your face and literally laying her soul bare. I have never seen anything more powerful. She made me laugh and cry. Hannah could be the voice of political satire, or just an amazing political figure or anything else she chooses. Thanks for not being self depreciating!!!!!!! You raised the bar of what comedy is allowed to be and what it <more>
I had never heard of Hannah Gadsby before so this was a pretty random choice. A happy choice.I'll give you some context: I have a fairly busy life, with two children under five, a job and a half, a boyfriend and a divorce in progress. I had not had a night alone in a long time, and, let me tell you: I was excited about MY time alone in MY house. Hannah was the perfect date for the occasion.I also identify with "tired". Other than that I am an heterosexual white woman in her prime. This should be irrelevant but reading the other comments seems necessary to mention, because NO, <more>
this content does not appeal only to a particular community as some want you to believe. I am a woman, but the male attention I received throughout life, being heterosexual, feminine, said attractive, was quite different from Hannah's experience. One experience does not invalidate the other.This content is about connection and Hannah makes us feel connected.There is a less colorful community in which Hannah and I are together. I'm also a funny person, and I've been using humor all my life to deal with my frailties. It's something that has been in my mind lately, the need to be vulnerable to create real connections, something I struggle to achieve, I'm still working on it sitting in my world protected with walls of jokes that I'm not yet ready to knock over. and so I bow before Hannah Gadsby because, wow, this was bold and brave and we, from this other community, needed it. Thank you Hannah.
This is the strongest anti-comedy show I have ever seen! I did not expect to go through this kind of range of emotions. What an incredible performance by Hannah Gadsby!
Wonderful show. Not comedy. (by mantoothw-46659)
A wonderful show about comedy and about jokes. But it is not comedy and it is not jokes. And that's not an insult! It's a beautiful and moving performance but we should take it for what it is and appreciate that Ms Gadsby is doing her OWN, more difficult to categorize thing. Putting her in the same category as, I dunno, Ali Wong, is a disservice for them both.
What's not to like in a Foucauldian lesbian comedian? (by jazfro)
Until now, Hannah Gadsby had only been known in Australia, where she had been quite successful for many years. Hers was one of the early diverse voices on the Aussie comedy circuit. In this show she graduates to a global audience, with a refreshed, more profound, emotional and humanistic tone. Her observations are often fresh -in every sense of the word- and I get that some viewers who expected a "good ol' laugh" may have been surprised, shocked, or disappointed by her performance. In truth, she ruthlessly deconstructs some of the taken-for-granted conceptions that underpin much <more>
social norms in Western society: power, patriarchy, money, art, sex, or mental illness -Michel Foucauld did exactly the same, but he wasn't as funny as Hannah. No wonder some will dislike her act. Taking down unspoken norms that underpin Western social order, sounds like a terrible idea for a comedy show. In truth, not all of it is laugh-your-head-off funny. I guess it was intentional. Gadsby's show tries to go back-and-forth across that thin line separating drama and comedy, and by and large she pulls it off, with humour, emotion, and a truckload of humanity. In doing so, Gadsby is courageous, laying bare what must have been difficult moments for her, and I was moved by the way she re-tells her coming out story. If you are seeking a comedy act where "funny" jokes come thick and fast one after the other, this is not for you. But if you can appreciate humour that is fuelled by incisive observation and critical thinking that comes from a different perspective, you may well enjoy this one.
Wow, that was not what I was expecting (by roughredemption)
It starts off a stand up special but takes a turn for the serious. Hannah is a strong and powerful woman, weaving the through comedy, women's issues, lgbqti issues and modern art. Don't expect to laugh the whole way through but you will walk away feeling feelings.
Anyone who rates this as anything lover than a 6 is a misogynist (by caitlynntalbot)
While I wouldn't call this a comedy show but more as a TED talk. Hannah is a brilliant and intelligent human. Her comedy is smart and funny. When she speaks she speaks with passion. Her life has not been easy and it shows how so many comedians use their comedy to deflect their real emotion. Her message is something everyone needs to hear but some will reflect as negative. As a bi white privileged female, I feel so much sympathy for her and her story. I was lucky I had a amazingly supportive people around me. I was raised to love everyone despite sexuality. It breaks my heart that people <more>
have to go through something like that. Her jokes are clever and on point. But the story surrounding it is the true message.
fascinating blend of stand-up, Ted talk, art history lecture, comedy deconstruction, and diatribe (by cherold)
It's fascinating how almost everyone here gives this 1 star or 10 stars, but in a way it makes sense. This is billed as a comedy special, but it goes far afield of that, which means if you don't want to follow when she veers from comedy then you'll hate it likewise if you don't find the comedy parts funny , but it also means if you admire things that break all the rules and try to find a new way to tell stories then you're likely to be thrilled. Although I can't help but suspect there's also an element of politics in which some people are rating one star because <more>
they're offended by who she is and other people giving it 10 stars because they love who she is, with neither of these groups actually considering how this works as a piece of theater. Which, from my point of view, is quite well but not perfectly.For maybe half the show it's a very funny stand-up routine. I've never seen Gadsby before, but she's sharp and clever and genial and very good at what she does. But she's also questioning what she does, and begins to explore the ways in which comedy, in going for the laugh, can hide or distort the truth. It's not funny, but it is fascinating, and the way she tells you the story as joke in the first half then revisits the full truth of it in the second is rather amazing.But she goes beyond both comedy and deconstructing comedy. She gets into the experience of being the "other," she gets into her considerable anger, and then explains why she doesn't really want to just appeal to anger, and she makes some fascinating points about art and the way we mythologize artists. At times I thought it was a little slow. At times the seriousness wore on me. But it's brilliantly structured and she's an incredibly smart and insightful woman. And she can be both very funny and searingly, powerfully emotional.In the special she says she's considering giving up stand-up. If she does, I'll be very eager to see what she replaces it with. She has a lot to say.This is well worth seeing, but if you just want to see someone telling jokes for an hour, you might want to skip this. Cause it sure ain't that!