Filmed in April 2009 during a stop on his Hilarious tour, Emmy-winning comedy writer Louis C.K. brings his caustic wit to the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, Wis., offering up his unique and uncensored take on sex, parenting and more. Honest, politically incorrect and profane to the core, Hilarious is the first-ever stand-up comedy film to screen at Sundance, though it marks Louis C.K.'s third entry in the illustrious festival.

Scott Hardie: “It ruled.”

This stand-up concert film starring (and made by) Louis C.K. was good enough to be the first such film admitted to the Sundance Film Festival, and that feels appropriate: It's some of the funniest of his self-effacing, warts-and-all confessional comedy.

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