As a bluegrass fan, but new to Jimmy Martin, i really appreciated this look at both the man and the music. The director captures a both Jimmy's irrespressible spirit and his music. The behind the scenes music and practice shots are gems. Fans of quirky characters / documentaries will relish the coon hunting, Vernon the goat, and squirrel stew. I just saw the movie in Madison, where, as the bass player in the Nob Hill Boys (who used to be in Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys and knows Jimmy) put it, George nailed it.
There are some great DVD extras, too. You'll find plenty of bonus music and media there; they did a nice job of treating the DVD parts almost like an extra CD ROM.
I should mention that George is a friend of mine, but will also mention that Bill C. Malone, author of Country Music, U.S.A. gave the film a glowing review at the Madison show, suggesting that George continue making country music movies, because he gets it. Here's to hoping that George listens. If you like bluegrass, southern culture, or just good documentaries, check this one out.