86 of 87 people found the following review helpful
on 11 November 2004
This DVD consists of a number of interviews with journalists and musicians who have had an interest in/ involvement with the Cure over the years. They are mildly interesting but don't really add anything new to any fan's knowledge of the band. There are about three 'soundbites' from Robert Smith and no real interviews with the band. The DVD also includes NO original music by the Cure.
So, a documentary that has no music by or interviews with the band - make your own mind up - is it really worth it?
Also, whilst the journalists and musicians interviewed know their stuff, the production company certainly hasn't done their research - the voice over tells us that Robert decided that "Bloodflowers" made up the third of a Trilogy which also includes Disintegration and Faith . At least Paul Morley rectifies the situation in the interview that follows. Amateur stuff.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 9 February 2011
If anyone is thinking of buying this DVD, PLEASE DON'T! There's no Cure music and no cure interviews. It's not endorsed by The Cure or the past or present record labels. There's a few minimal comments by Robert Smith. It's basically a few "experts" discussing their thoughts on The Cure. The only "REAL" insight is from Robert Smith's ex banshees Bandmate and co-writer of The Glove. I was very dissapointed with this DVD overall. Please spend your money on better Cure DVDs such as live performances or label endorsed DVDs.