The documentary takes us back to Channing's childhood and re-connectiing, late in life, with her first love, Harry Kullijian.
The moments with Kullijian are bittersweet because you see so much happiness, yet you know he passed away just a few weeks ago.
The film is told with the help of Channing and her many friends. It's charming, and it shows her dedication to the craft - more than 5,000 performances of "Hello, Dolly!" alone.
In Channing's career, Dolly really would never go away.
Channing is known for never quite finishing a sentence, so the film is heavily edited to make things move along - and they do.
This is a sweet movie about a woman who truly is one-of-a-kind. You can't help but admire her.