It’s too rare that documentaries use humor to affect an audience; almost in a way that romantic comedies are able to do. However, filmmaker Paula Schargorodsky‘s charming and relatable The Girl Behind The Camera does just that. Remarkably void of ego that is all-too-prevalant in personal films, Schargorodky has filmed nearly every moment of importance in the last decade of her life. The thing missing: a stable relationship. This film looks at the life choices a woman is forced to make (or hasn’t made) as she approaches mid-life.