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Of all the people you might expect to make a documentary about race, Chelsea Handler is probably not one of them.
But the comedian did just that in an episode of her four-part docuseries “Chelsea Does,” now streaming on Netflix.
“Angelina Jolie just filed adoption papers,” she tweeted after Lupita Nyong’o won the best supporting actress Oscar for “12 Years a Slave.” The criticism isn’t lost on Handler, who addresses it head-on — with mixed results.
Though she’s grappling with the role of race in her comedy, she mostly remains unrepentant.
What am I allowed to say, what am I not allowed to say?
Handler has sent some misguided missives about dating black men.
Handler has been criticized for a number of race-related jokes.There was the time she had her “Chelsea Lately” sidekick Chuy — a little person whose role on the show was seen by some as exploitative — dress as Hitler.She tells a therapist that “sometimes I probably joke too much and people are offended,” right after she tells a roundtable of advocacy group representatives that “I make it a rule never to apologize for anything I’ve said publicly.” The willingness to offend everyone has been Handler’s go-to when defending her humor.“I come from the school of making fun of as many people as possible all the time, no political correctness, and I think that’s helpful,” Handler explains over drinks with friends, including fellow comedians Aasif Mandvi and Margaret Cho.
For what it’s worth, Handler is Jewish, as she reminds you many times in “Chelsea Does …
Racism,” which premiered Friday at the Sundance Film Festival, along with her accompanying documentaries on marriage, drugs and technology.