It's supposed to be about a Bay Area woman named Lavinia Hamilton who finds she's the reincarnation of Eo, a Tibetan monk sent to Berlin in 1933, just as Hitler takes power. I didn't get through the whole thing, since 15 minutes of this was more than enough.
Ms. Streit, the filmmaker, said beforehand that it was "non-linear," but there's a difference between non-linear and utterly stupid. The computer animation was pointless and absurd, the acting wretched, and the story nonsensical -- but not in an inspired way. It was bad in the Ed Wood sense -- where the filmmaker doesn't get how bad it is. (Actually, I've seen PLAN NINE FROM OUTER SPACE, and it was FAR better than this.) Bad can be good at times, but this is NOT one of those times. Ouch.
The film covers the scope of his life (from birth in Chicago's Irish Bridheport neighborhood in 1902) to his death in 1976 (in his doctor's office, while still mayor). It approaches his strengths, such as his ability to build on a large scale and make significant infrastructure improvements to Chicago, as well as his weaknesses, which include his inability to cope with changing race relations and his cronyism. History enthusiasts and instructors would likely get the most from this well-made documentary.