If former Vice President Dick Cheney has faults, he hasn't made himself aware of them.
In a trailer released Wednesday teasing an upcoming Showtime documentary about Cheney's life, the controversial former veep answers a number of personal questions, including, "What do you consider your main fault?"
After a lengthy deliberation, Cheney proves unable to put his finger on anything.
"Well, I don't spend a lot of time thinking about my faults I guess would be the answer," he says.
Cheney also claims that his favorite virtue is "integrity." He says he appreciates "honesty" and takes particular pleasure in fly fishing.
The film -- "The World According To Dick Cheney" -- is directed by R. J. Cutler and Greg Finton and is scheduled to be broadcast on Showtime on March 15. It was screened at Sundance Film Festival last month and has received mixed reviews. Some have criticized it for failing to move the needle on Cheney's actual political legacy.
John Anderson of Variety magazine called it a "powder-puff profile" that neglects to press Cheney on the controversial positions he has taken throughout his career.
"Intended audiences, or anyone who's read a newspaper in the past 10 years, will be not only disappointed, but actively irritated by the helmers' soft-pedaling of controversy, recycling of old news, failure to challenge their subject on any issue, and rudimentary style," Anderson wrote.
While Cheney is apparently not big on substantive self-reflection, he's plenty comfortable lobbing criticism at President Barack Obama.
That charge drew an aggressive rebuke from Comedy Central's Jon Stewart, who on Tuesday questioned Cheney's standing to critique Obama.
“Cheney’s really confident in his opinions and analysis, probably forgetting that he sucked at this,” Stewart said, pointing to a number of instances in which Cheney had made inaccurate claims regarding foreign policy.