A profile of the legendary entertainment entrepreneur, concert promoter, personal manager and Hollywood jack-of-all-trades, show business insider, Jerry Weintraub's industry endurance makes him a rare bird in the Hollywood Hills. Now 73 years old, Weintraub remains a force of nature, with the recent Ocean's Eleven franchise (made well into his 60s) putting three more commercial-success notches on his producer belt. In His Way, Weintraub recounts his long and winding road for the camera, with one-on-one interviews set in different rooms throughout his home - in front of a gas fireplace, around a poker table, and overlooking his expansive pool. It's a place where Weintraub threw parties that, according to Former President George Bush, were a namedropper's paradise. In this 83-minute documentary, Weintraub's candid stories are intercut with celebrity testimonials (including George Clooney and James Caan), footage of musicians he's promoted (from Elvis to Sinatra), and clips of films he's produced, along with family still photos. Charming, clever, confident, brutally honest, unabashed, unorthodox and sometimes outrageous, Weintraub is revealed to be a man taught early in life to work hard, dream big, and pursue his visions at all costs and never take no for an answer.