I love everything about Nora Ephron. Her writing was so so good, so tight, and clear. It's rare to find a talent like hers. The documentary Everything is Copy was put together well. I watched it twice -- and maybe will again, because heck I own it. The story starts with her childhood, and moves into first and second...marriages ...and children....and parenting....early career, later career....and all the writing in between, whether for stage, screen, book or article. It also delves a bit into relationships, yes, with spouses, but also with friends, and famous stars. In the end everything is not just copy -- everything is "control" -- that's one thing that jumps out at you near the end of the documentary. Nora controlled the words on the page throughout much of her life -- so yes, everything was copy, even if "real" people and their foibles, were laid out for all to see in her prose. It remained that way as long as she was the captain of her ship, director of her life, and "wanted" outcomes were achievable. But when she assumed a starring role, in a story she didn't architect, and faced an illness where the outcome was not chosen, and yet became inevitable, it meant losing control -- and at that point...well, then maybe everything isn't/wasn't copy after all. Jacob, her son, does a great job in this documentary. The apple didn't fall far from the tree. Definitely worth watching, and more than once. You'll catch nuances and discussion you are sure to miss the first time around. Grab a cup of libation, sit back, and enjoy.