Florence Foster Jenkins is a 2016 biography story of an art patron and music lover from New York City in the middle of the 20th century. She believed she was an extraordinary opera singer while her husband and vocal tutor hesitated to disillusion her. She was so persistent about her stage concerts that she ended up singing in Carnegie Hall! Whether her opera singer career was a witty joke or she honestly believed she had vocal talent, remains a mystery. For sure, she didn't suffer from ‘imposter syndrome' like we do, collecting our diplomas and certificates and cherishing inferiority complex. Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant charmingly play their leading parts. While watching the movie a meticulous psychologist would meditate what kind of psychological challenge Mrs Jenkins had. Critics write that she had Dunning-Krueger effect, a cognitive bias wherein persons of low ability suffer from illusory superiority. Jenkins‘s audio records are available on YouTube giving you a full immersion effect. Whoever she was, the world without eccentrics would be a miserable place.