Overall, I wanted more info. Instead of an overview of an era, this documentary focuses on specific film scores (Laura, Bride of Frankenstein, Gone with the Wind, Casablanca, Adventures of Robin Hood, Song of Bernadette, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Johnny Belinda, How Green Was My Valley, Red River), as an orchestra (BBC Wales, conducted by John Mauceri) plays them in sync to the classic films. Any lover of film scores will already have the music, and any lover of the classic films will already have them in stock. Unfortunately, the film does not elaborate much on other composers or other works. The highlight for me are the interview portions with composer David Raksin, who provides a nice analysis of his own work (but unfortunately is not questioned beyond the film Laura). Overall, I wish I had learned something or there was just more to it.