How to speak about the somber truth and learn to laugh at yourself, in Sincerely Louis CK.
The performer, writer, editor and director Louis CK’s new special titled Sincerely, is sincerely a dedication to everyone he thanks at the end of his show. And for the most part of it, it is everyone. And as always, I walk out of Louis CK’s show not laughing my guts out, but happy. Satisfied. Inspired. CK is a really brilliant philosopher, out of all the things above mentioned, out of all that he claims to be. His approach, his solutions are always to the point. But what’s fascinating is that even his conflicts are beautiful. He goes back and further back, beyond-your-imagination back and he-has-done-some-research back to find out where the true conflict lies in? Where is it that it actually comes from? And he does this with every subject of his. And what better time to go back to his own self and discover his own heritage, then now. He dedicated this special to his mother in his own manner and walks out of the stage passing on what he has learned, where he has come from and how did he reach there, on the stage, in the first place.