See it if You like historical dramas. This is interesting, well acted and given a lot of energy trying to make it come to life.
Don't see it if You have no interest in learning anything about either of the two principles. They spend way too much time moving set pieces around.
See it if You like these two philosophers or knowing a little about them. Good acting and directing. About two completley different people.
Don't see it if If you need something that requires less attention or something like. It helps to know who these people are before you go to see it.
"'Ludwig and Bertie' gives us insight into the relationship of two of our greatest twentieth century philosophers...Bertie, played smartly by Stan Buturla, is the wise old professor at Cambridge when he meets the almost half his age young student Ludwig, poignant, headstrong and hungry..."