This DVD was a real disappointment. Its only saving grace is that Ziggy, Bob's son speaks about his dad. There is very little excerpts of Bob himself - in fact, the clips shown are taken from other documentaries. The DVD features statements from people who "knew" Bob, including the Rolling Stones ex-manager. However, you come away feeling that they knew more "of" him that actually "knew" him. There are a lot if inaccuracies in the film including about his cancer and treatment, the assassination attempt on his life, etc. I feel that little attention was paid to detail by the researchers. There are no women commentating on Bob, which is probably why such insensitive and sexist remarks are made in reference to Bob's "love of women" and the fact that he had 11 children to 7 different women. In fact, the male commentators "chuckle" about it. Whether this was right or wrong was between Bob and his wife Rita, but totally out of place in this DVD and very insensitive to his family - particularly his wife. Very little spiritual content in this film and nothing new. The reason it got 3 stars was that I bought the collectors edition with the music CD. This film does not do Bob, his achievements and his legacy any justice.