My Old Addiction



(out of 5)

Gail Singer puts the spotlight on female stand-up comedians in this wonderfully entertaining documentary. Featuring the work of incredible talents like , ,  and , it also gives you early looks at the careers of equally gifted comics  and  before they became household names on television. Singer has an agenda to garner women some attention in a field that generally sees them as a hard sell, supporting this with interviews by the ladies between filmed routines in which they talk about their experiences. Regardless of whether or not this matters to you, you’ll have a great time listening to the terrific jokes, and will want to watch the film more than once.

CITY-TV, National Film Board of Canada, Ontario Film Development Corporation, Studio D, Téléfilm Canada, Zinger Films

Canada, 1992

Directed by 

Cinematography by

Produced by , , , Gail Singer,

Film Editing by



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