Truly terrible. Once you get the DVD, it tells you in the small print on the back cover that this unauthorised by the band. It's not surprising. The disc also features no music performances by the band. You're told this in large letters at the start, but it was far from readily apparent when I order this.
It's just a bunch of talking heads of people who knew the band with some old interview material thrown in for good measure. That, plus the same drearily repetitive scanning over the front entrance of Earl's Court when the band was playing there amounts to 50 minutes of tedium. At least, I think it's 50 minutes, we baled after 15 minutes and threw the thing away.
Finally, as for the sleeve note's claim that this is one of the finest music documentaries ever made, these people need psychiatric help...
Not even worth the postage
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Pure crapDec 25 2011
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Joke DVD. Why is it not authorized by the band, management, or record company? Cuz it is a horrid collection of interviews of clinger-ons of the band. Barely a few seconds of an old interview with Chris Martin...the rest is a bloody joke of nobodys. Do yourself a favor and avoid purchasing this item; I fell prey to it's trap--don't do the same.