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Provocative and enjoyable...and I wasn't a fan prior
I think the best part of this rockumentary is that I generally didn't like Kiefer or his past work, and I was not aware of this band. Yet, I found this to be the most honest and altruistic documentary I've seen. The music turned out to be very passionate and high quality for live performances. It's also in a genre that fits my tastes and doesn't bend to the will of trends and conformity. And with that said, there was a groove or theme of that nature throughout the film that gave it almost a plot; Kiefer coming to terms with his life through the role he plays with this band, and their will to succeed their own way. For a seemingly pointless rockumentary, it was straightforward and even gripping to me. Extremely well-edited.
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