Interesting documentary about contemporary character actors. The film is essentially interviews with a number of actors (no actresses for some reason) who share various aspects regarding the life of a character actor. Everyone knows them and thinks they're rich and famous, but they're only partially right about famous (most people seem to recognize them but don't know from where) and they're definitely not right about the rich part. I recognized all the people that were interviewed (Xander Berkeley, Bruce Davison, Craig Fairbrass, Zach Grenier, Paul Guilfoyle, Gregory Itzin, Zeljko Ivanek, Robert Joy, Stanley Kamel, J.C. MacKenzie, Matt Malloy, Timothy Omundson, Mark Rolston, William Morgan Sheppard, Wade Williams, Rick Worthy), but only knew two of them by name (Berkeley and Davidson). Nothing earth shattering, but quite interesting to listen to these familiar faces and voices talk about their part in the Hollywood machine.