I thought this was an excellent compilation of information on Queen Noor and King Hussein. It was candid (Queen Noor talks about her father's idealistic views and the pressure to live up to them and the video also makes reference to a period of strife in the couple's marriage). The interviews with Queen Noor, friends and observers are enlightening. All in all, it is a very well done production, lending credible insight into the lives of this royal couple. It is invaluable to those who wish to know more about a fairly low-profile family in Jordan and how they lived and coped with all that came their way. Like many who saw her as a distinctly privileged person, I came away with greater understanding of how hard she has worked to be a credible influence in her adopted country on the lives of women and children, in particular, and the economic status of Jordan. It was not easy. She, as most ground-breakers are was lonely and challenged. Yet she persevered. I highly recommend this video to those who want to know more about Jordan, the reign of Queen Noor and King Hussein, as well as those who enjoy and value the stories of real people who encounter change and obstacles and face them head on. I highly recommend this video.