True and honest, this documentary follows Sophie B. Hawkins on the road and we are surprised (even Sophie) by what we learn about her past. We see how she deals as she learns about the past that she's learned to mask and cover up. Very powerful. You don't have to be a fan of her music to enjoy the film. The films starts out as a documentary about being on the road and ends up being a journal of her deepest and most intimate thoughts on the revelation of her torrid past. Some highlights are her views on record companies, her argument with the director about the documentary and her reconciliation with her friend over the phone. A definite must see!
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