I am happy with how this was made. From their senior artist perspective, calm and collected, past The Priory and headlines, really, apart from getting back together in 2009 and doing some comeback gig, this smartly filmed documentary about the band is sweet and well-made. I don't get the feeling that it bares all, but the film-makers have given it a pint of blood I'd say. Heartfelt and the band still rocks.
pure sweetness. this is more than just a documentary about blur, it's also a film about dedication, passion and friendship that combines old and new footage perfectly. i watched this about five times in the first four days of my no distance left to run's dvd ownership. well, maybe i just love and miss blur too much.