When my fiancee and I first rented this film, we weren't expecting such a personal account and observation of the life of Eugene Hütz. But it is one, as told, apparently, by someone who is just as infatuated with him as most of us fans are.
Either because he is drunk most of the time, or simply because he does not care, he is perfectly open throughout most of the film, as if a camera doesn't exist around him at all, and he is merely carrying on with business as usual. His affinity for Roma people is observable in this film as well, and you can see that it is genuine. Throughout the documentary, he travels around Eastern Europe and listens to some of the most unique versions of many Roma songs, and joins in as one of their own.
Then we also see his personal life, where he grew up, some distant family he has that remain in Ukraine, and so on. Altogether, it is not uninteresting. My fiancee and I were so pleased with the movie that I bought it for her for Christmas last year, and we'll watch it when both of us are in the mood for some Hützian commentary on life, as well as the accompanied vodka to enhance the enjoyability of it.
Total recommendation: very high, for someone appreciates the music of Gogol Bordello and other related acts. If you were merely interested in Eugene Hütz as an actor, then this film may not be for you. But everyone who else who loves him for his wit, charm, and alcoholic genius, it will be a favourite on everyone's list