Here's a trailer for the much head-scratched-about documentary, I'm Still Here, about Joaquin Phoenix's descent into (faux) madness, abandoning his movie career and embarking on a rap career. His brother-in-law Casey Affleck directs and, judging from this, it's dumb.

Because, really, who cares about Joaquin Phoenix that much? I'd much rather he said one sentence: "Haha, it was a joke" or "No, I'm really serious" and then that was that. But instead the answer is buried somewhere in a full-length documentary, released by an actual distributor, with a trailer that's full of (faux) seriousness and import. I don't care if it's a joke or if it is legit, the ego of thinking that people care this much about your snickering little art project diversion is a little absurd.