AFC just posted an excellent review of Guest of Cindy Sherman. At this point I've read so many things detailing Paul H-O's annoying character flaws and superficial film premise that I fear the deck is stacked against H-O's film before I've ever seen it. Or perhaps, at this point I'm expecting him to be so grating that in the end the opposite effect will take hold and I will empathize with him. Unlikely, but you never know.
From the review:
"If you’ve heard anything about Guest of Cindy Sherman, a new documentary tracing the career of quasi art celeb and one-time Sherman partner Paul H-O, you probably won’t be surprised to learn it shakes out as expected: Informative interviews and archival footage make up the first half of the movie, and grating pseudo emo-male explorations of gender dynamics compose the second. In the 1990s, H-O produced Gallery Beat, a New York-based cable access show covering art openings and events. Later, he dates actual art celeb Cindy Sherman, but their relationship suffers because H-O doesn’t like operating in the shadow of his girlfriend." - AFC
All this still begs the question of what Sherman saw in H-O in the first place...