If you feel like your cinematic diet has been a bit lacking in schadenfreude lately, then look no further than "Weiner," an astounding internet-age documentary of hubris and disgrace, where no stupid behavior, once recorded, ever disappears.

Who, you may ask, is Weiner? Well, somewhere way down the long list of Democratic scapegoats for Hillary Clinton's jaw-dropping election loss — after FBI director James Comey, Vladimir Putin, "Bernie bros," Jill Stein, the electoral college and the vast right-wing conspiracy — you get to disgraced New York congressman Anthony Weiner.

The unfortunately-named Weiner, once a rising star within the Democratic Party, was brought low by a series of salacious sexting scandals, the last of which involved a minor, thus triggering an FBI investigation. When the Feds seized his personal computer, which was also used by his wife, top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, they found a trove of emails from Clinton during her time as secretary of state. This put Clinton's never-ending email issue (using a personal account to purportedly avoid leaving an official record) back in the headlines right before Election Day and may have cost her the presidency.