Overall it was well done, but in two hours it was just not possible to cover everything in any kind
of depth. As a result, you just got a taste of what went on in the locations they showed. In many cases, just when it started to get interesting, they would cut away, which was frustrating.
I thought the overall screen brightness could have been better, likewise the sound, but that's what you get from low-def original media.
It was definitely worth it, but if I had bought the DVDs and watched it at home, my guess is it would have been a more overall satisfying experience.
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