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This documentary was bought for me as a christmas present. I was actually quite intrigued to see what it might offer. However from the outset it's easy to see just how poorly produced this documentary is.
The cover art and disk printing is rendered very poorly, there are also no official markings visible on the case. The documentary is essentially a video of a number of images being zoomed in on slowly with a narrative over the top. Every image is of a very poor quality and at times stock imagery is used. Stock imagery that has been used illegally too - the watermark is visible!
I turned off the dvd after 15 minutes or so of play, because as I felt it offered no real… Read more