Michael Flatley sits back comfortably and tells about his life's experiences. It's very informative! He seems very honest and straightforward. He shows clips of how he started out his dancing career with the Chieftains. He tells how Moya Doherty, producer of Riverdance, approached him about doing Irish Tap Dancing during a 7-minute intermission at the 1994 Eurovision. (Michael already had an image in his head about a line of dancers across the stage all doing Irish tap) Well, it came true; the dance was a success and the rest they say is history. That is when his career, officially as a dancer, really started. He became very successful; more so when he left "Riverdance".
You see different parts of "Lord of the Dance" and "Feet of Flames" as he's talking about his achievements. He played a flute solo for his mom in "Feet of Flames", explaining that "A man cannot be macho all the time".
He explains about why he chose those exact costumes for the show. He loves a lot of color, as we all know, explaining that eye appeal is what brings a show together. (Some people criticize him about his vegas-style look to his shows)
There are new numbers at the end of the tape that were filmed in Budapest, I believe. The dances were styled to appeal to the countries taste. (More royal looking--Cleopatra-like eyes on the lead girls; the little spirit was dressed in a jester-like outfit) Different!! I also think the dancers were exceptional; different techniques for different countries makes for no boredom. It showed, they did a great job.
If you are a Michael Flatley fan, it's a DVD that you won't be sorry buying.