First, of all, I have to admit that I don’t have a huge knowledge about Peter Sellers’s work. Indeed, I have seen just a couple of the movies starring this actor so it might seem weird but even though I didn’t know much about his work, since there was a pretty cool cast involved in this movie, I still wanted to check it out. Well, thanks to this movie, I have to admit that I got really intrigued and I'm really anxious to see his movies. Eventually, the cast was indeed really neat (Geoffrey Rush, Charlize Theron, Emily Watson, John Lithgow, Stanley Tucci, Stephen Fry) and I was above all really impressed by Geoffrey Rush who delivered another strong performance here. Concerning the directing, it was decent but nothing really great, I’m afraid. Eventually, after watching a movie like this one, you wonder what was in fact the most important thing about this actor, his life or his movies? Well, I’m afraid, his work was actually more interesting but I still enjoyed this movie anyway. To conclude, even though it was nothing really groundbreaking, I thought it was still a decent biopic and I think it is definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested in Peter Sellers.