It's a fascinating documentary because Sinatra was a fascinating man. That said, this 4-hour piece hardly comes close to Gibney's more evocative and socially relevant work. Nevertheless, it's a must for fans of the ol' blue eyes.
Once again Alex Gibney shows he is a master storyteller editing a huge amount of archive pictures and film clips with recent interview only recorded on audio whereas no talking heads (except Sinatra) gets screen time - Only Ken Burns rivals his documentary approach on this feature. One to watch!