What a little twit!
A thin story, but well-told.
To jog your memory, here's the film's description from IMDB: A documentary profiling Martin Shkreli, the financial entrepreneur and pharmaceutical tycoon from Brooklyn, New York, known for raising the price of an AIDS drug 5500% overnight, buying the sole copy of a Wu-Tang Clan album for $2 million dollars and being convicted of securities fraud.
While not necessarily a sociopath, Shkreli sure is a jerk, and that's not simply a misunderstanding.
As for the film, it's wholly watchable. More than that, it's pretty dang good.
And by the end, director Brent Hodge does the unthinkable: humanizing rather than demonizing.
Give it a whirl; I think you'll be both outraged then pleasantly surprised by who the 'bad' guys are here.
Or, maybe not at all.