I'm a bit surprised by the reviewers comments below. I think this is an excellent documentary telling the story of the Bee Gees from start to the present day. It is based around brand new interviews with Barry and Robin, sometimes together, sometimes separately, and on extensive interviews fortuitously filmed with Maurice shortly before his sad early death. If you're a Bee Gees fan you will have undoubtedly heard some of the stories before but there was plenty that was new to me as well. The archive footage is terrific, although inevitably somewhat variable in picture quality depending on its age and again a mix of familiar and previously unseen. The film makers obviously had great sympathy with and affection for the band and have put together a beautifully crafted programme running for a little short of two hours. If you want to know more about the Bee Gees this is definitely the place to start.
Finally, this was never advertised as a Bee Gees concert so I don't know where the previous reviewer got that idea from. If you want to see the Bee Gees live then I'd go for "One Night Only" which is a brilliant concert filmed in Las Vegas in the late nineties. The Bee Gees - One Night Only [DVD] [1998
] Simply unmissable for any Bee Gees fan!