“The Last Laugh,” “The Aristocrats” is a pleasant, but sometimes difficult, documentary that draws on some aspects of a specific section of Western culturally specific humor. However, in this case, asks if you can make a successful joke about the Holocaust, rather than telling a specific joke in detail.
To react to the unquestionable opposition of a highly respectful subject, the film follows Renee Firestone, a survivor from Auschwitz, who is willing to enjoy life after he has left behind. He makes some kind of ultimate referee jokes are funny, tasteless, or mostly not funny, they are being watched on YouTube, either inside or outside the context. But the talking titles are the place where movie shines.