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Overall I really enjoyed the movie: the concert sequences with all the songs are great and the backstage/travel scenes are very interesting to watch for a Fanboy like me.
That all would be enough for a wonderful tour diary/documentary about a young Band at their previous peak.
The idea to create a story around the documentary and put actors in the Band's sphere isn't that bad, unfortunately it affected the movie a bit in a negative way. In the end it just wasn't necessary.
However, because I love the Band so much and the film shows a lot of the passion, atmosphere and energy of live music I can easily give 8 out of 10.
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