Digital. A personal journey is exactly that, personal, so it will be better to comment on what exists than on what remained to be said. And what exists is a nice but unappealing didactic object about some filmmakers, films and actors, with an uninspired editing by sections and blocks, with a recurring call to attention to the persona of its author, not that interesting. Needless the "dirty laundry" about Renoir.
Besides the fact that I really, really enjoyed going on Tavernier's eponymous journey and that its over-three-hour running time never seemed to drag, I'm not sure it actually has a whole lot to recommend it. I mean, organizationally it is pretty lazy and unimaginative, and I'm not sure that I gleaned more than a handful of useful insights. I think what made me enjoy this so much is simply (shared) passion itself.