I've just finished watching this DVD and it has indeed been released under another title several years ago. The program is very dull, with little in the way of visuals. There are some clips from an old Bowie audio interview, from which some interesting comments were selected. I found the few minutes with Michael Rother from Neu! to be of interest. There's also a soft-spoken fellow who at least demonstrates some care and consideration in his commentary and observations. The other people here are "critics" and generally offer their opinions, which aren't worth much. Very little information is conveyed in the program, so I feel like I didn't learn too much about Bowie's work in this period, just a few things.
Some of the video consists of audio and video clips to other artists, including one of the Moody Blues (simply because they happened to use a Mellotron, which was something a bit like the Chamberlain that Bowie and Eno used to make synthetic samples... but really this had nothing to do with the Moody Blues, so why show their video?)
There is an extra, short segment of the critics weighing in on their feelings about Bowie's post-Berlin career, with only the soft-spoken fellow offering anything interesting to think about.
The main program ends with some look at Bowie's 1995 re-meeting with Eno: "Outside." Mostly the critics find it boring, but give them props for giving it a go.
All in all, I'd say this could be edited down to a decently interesting half-hour program. As it is, I'd have to say it is not worth your time.