Gilbert Gottfried: Dirty Jokes begins with the words across the screen: "Profanity is the effort of a feeble mind to express itself forcefully," and indeed, this matches up to both its title and introduction. This is a live recording of the stand-up comedian at Comedy Central, Manhattan, in New York City. From beginning to end Gilbert Gottfried slowly pulls apart society''s barriers in a foul-mouthed diatribe. His usual humorous stories are replaced here with the more traditional old school jokes. They are strung together and shot out in rapid succession, showing an ability to memorize all his material in advance. History shows that Gottfried entered the comedy world as a performer when he was 15 years old. He started doing open mike nights in New York and has grown to have sold out performances when he goes on stage. He is also called the comedian''s comedian. Directed by Adam Reid and produced by Flycollor Films.