Another great moment is when the camera focuses on Joan perusing her open datebook with few engagements penned in. She speaks with raw candor about how insecure this blank book makes her feel and her struggle to stay relevant to her younger audiences.
Joan Rivers' life had its ups and downs. She was a trailblazer for women comedians. She started a multi-million dollar jewelry business that was sold during the early days of QVC. She worked tirelessly for her charitable causes, especially God's Love We Deliver, which was very close to her heart. Joan carried on with her head held high after her husband's suicide and filing for bankruptcy.
Joan Rivers was a survivor and one tough cookie.
I think that's what I admired about her most.