This is one of the best docs I have ever seen about the injury caused by unacknowledged trauma and the healing power of solid therapy.

In the film, master impersonator and longtime star of “Saturday Night Live,” Darrell Hammond, opens up about the savage abuse he suffered at the hands of his parents when he was a child.

The film is funny (no, really), harrowing, and profoundly hopeful. It’s true that we can’t undo the past, but with the right help we can radically limit its influence on the present. (Netflix.)