He's made at least two films revolving around sex offenders, but the first one I watched is a very different style - and portrays a much more sympathetic character - than this. But... it's realistic. Like, the sex offender guy is a selfish scumbag but he's also smart in a way, and he comes across as very pretentious and condescending, and I feel like "yes this is real, this is what these guys are like, they're not all mentally disabled." And of course, the only woman who he can have a relationship with is his puzzlingly attractive and productive-member-of-society girlfriend who doesn't want to have sex with him. You know that being a sex addict, this is the only way he can feel continual desire and something resembling respect, is for this woman who rejects him sexually. Of course, though, you also wonder wtf she is doing with him, he's actually really immature for his age and disrespectful as a committed partner, and I guess she must have been attracted to him at one time (over the course of the documentary it is established they've known each other for years). On top of all this, the director shows what's messed up about the way society deals with sex offenders (especially in Austin, TX) without making the viewer feel sorry for the main character.