I guess I had higher expectations, so read my review with that in mind. The interviews do reveal a number of interesting perspectives on being in prison, and the fact that they were filmed during Negri's actual imprisonment, makes it all come alive much more. I think a lot of the conversations lacked some substance though, considering the importance of Negri's thinking in general. I would have liked a more full and broad documentary, that mixed more scenes from outside the prison to compliment, but they were too few here. The worst thing is definately the filming and editing of this documentary, with angles that makes you think more about the photographer than Negri, and graphic titles of each section that hurts my vain typographic self. A point could be made that this is irrelevant, but then you're definately a dedicated Negri fan. This stuff will not come out to the general public if we make such dull documentaries. And, this documentary is a bit dull in general I have to admit. Too bad. Go watch the short online "Negri: A revolt that never ends" instead!