A memoir/book about the author's experiences of helping to produce a film about his life. Miller is really good at painting himself as a very ordinary guy (slightly veering into pathetic/loser territory). Apparently he's also written a bestselling book. It's almost confusing - because I couldn't see why he's famous (from the way he writes about himself), and I probably should've just read that bestseller instead of this one.
It comes across as a book for the everyday person. Miller struggles with life (and don't we all). Maybe his conversational, casual tone is what makes his writing so popular.
Unfortunately without the context of knowing the author beforehand, it doesn't really do much for me.