I saw this film at the London Film Festival in 2006, and must say its one of the best music documentaries I've ever seen.
Though never a huge commercial success, Love were one of the best and most interesting bands to come out of Los Angeles in the mid to late sixties, as this film illustrates perfectly.
Featuring terrific and insightful interviews from all the main players in the story - the hugely charismatic Arthur Lee (his last ever interviews), Johnny Echols, Michael Stuart, Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer, Elektra Records head Jac Holzman, producer Bruce Botnick, arranger David Angel and The Doors' John Densmore - Love's story is told in a wonderfully entertaining fashion, and is put into the context of the turbulent times in the USA in the sixties, and features some wonderful archive footage, a memorable scene where Arthur Lee revisits The Castle, where Love lived together at the height of their popularity, and is filled throughout with Love's marvellous music.
This film is revealing, hilariously funny at times, controversial and moving, it really does have it all. It should serve as a brilliant document of a brilliant band for long term fans, and also as a wonderful introduction to the band for newcomers.