This is an exceptionally well-done documentary for anyone who is curious about the story behind the commercial images of the masked men. Filmmaker Carlos Avila and his crew are masterful with their graphic designs as they introduce the basic elements of the world of lucha libre and its real-life characters. The depth of Avila's exploration gives a lot of dignity to the cultural phenomenon, especially when he backs it up with historical footage and impressive interviews of wrestlers, archivists and film theorists. An added treat is Miguel Sandoval's voice for the film's narration. One more plus-- you can watch this with your middle school child, and they will comment that it is far more interesting than documentaries they see at school! This was an excellent choice for PBS to air as the season opener for the 2012 "Voces" series.