Even though Peter Sellers may be one of Britain's most treasured comics, he wasn't a saint. Director, Stephen Hopkins shows us a cantankerous, lonely and vain man. Sellers popularity rested on his chameleon like ability to create very funny, unique characters, and Geoffrey Rush is a clever impersonator, recreating many of these famous roles. But don?t expect re-runs of Inspector Clouseau or Dr Strangelove, we only see glimpses of Sellers? creations. This is a complex biography of an unusual man. If you're not familiar with his original films, then The Life and Death of Peter Sellers may be bewildering.