NOT to overstate things, but even in an era with an embarrassment of must-see documentaries, this gem really is one that you can’t miss. It tells the dramatic (and still running) story of Anthony Wiener’s rise and fall. Just five years ago Wiener was a congressman and mayoral candidate for New York. He was married to Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s glamorous aide, and they had a son together. The film follows Weiner and his wife, beginning with his time in Congress and his 2011 resignation after photos of his bulging underwear appeared on Twitter. He brashly mounts a political comeback, but more sexually compromising photos emerge — this time attached to the endlessly-mockable pseudonym ‘Carlos Danger’ — and then he really is finished, politically speaking. As we now know, that wasn’t even close to rock bottom. The story continued on to divorce, child endangerment charges and ultimately prison. Why he and Huma allowed the filmmakers such access might be beyond comprehension for ordinary mortals but this doc’s mixture of humour, humanity and tragedy are never less than completely engrossing.