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If you remember Wayne and his triumphs in the 80s this is an interesting documentary. I would give it higher stars, but the post production sound edit of the ambient music. For some unknown reason,mit is so loud, you can't here the dialogue clearly. Frankly, it's a rookie mistake to pump the music so loud over the dialogue. The choice of music is also really strange, and becomes distracting as well.. the director should re-release this doco and fix the sound edit.
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