I finally caught Betsy West and Julie Cohen‘s RBG, a clean, concise and well-ordered doc about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Watching it wasn’t electric or thrilling or breathtaking, but then neither is Ginsberg. But for years she’s been been a steady, exacting and quietly brilliant workhorse who has focused on women’s right issues and helped to nudge the culture and the patriarchy along in her own way. RBG is one of those deliberate, connect-the-dots biographical portraits, but I was very pleased with it. It radiates sincerity and respect, and is good humored when the material warrants. West and Cohen made me wish with all my heart that Ms. Ginsburg might continue to serve on the Supreme Court for another 40 or 50 years. I sincerely hope this will happen.