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In a attempt to find happiness, comedian and activist Russell Brand is drowning himself on drugs, sex, and fame. But could he really find the true meaning of happiness, or is it just a self sabotage period?
Brand emerges as exasperating company - variously intelligent, amusing and insufferable - but Noel Gallagher steals the show, declaring that he'll only buy into Brand's revolution if he can be the Duke of Manchester.
Whether you agree with his system-damning rhetoric or see him as no better than anyone else in our clogged punditocracy, "Brand: A Second Coming" is, if not a careful portrait, at least an orgy of personality.