I had actually watched this documentary a number of times via YouTube, but really wanted my own copy in case the YouTube versions vanish into the ether. I'm in the US and was afraid it might not play on my DVD player, since I'm confused about what's required for PAL format, but it works fine, both on the fairly old DVD player and on my laptop.
The documentary itself is probably best for serious Boosh fans, as it is a fascinating look behind the scenes of their massive cross-country Future Sailors tour. Oliver Ralfe did an amazing job highlighting the normally-unseen moments of excitement, boredom, annoyance, fear and camaraderie experienced by all the Boosh guys as they present Future Sailors night after night after night in what must have felt like a million different towns and venues. It's very funny and sweet, as well as giving viewers a stark look at how overwhelming rabid fans can be and how physically grueling a long tour is. It's really interesting to see what touring is like for people who aren't rock stars and who are still getting used to the level of attention they're receiving.
I loved the brilliant animation that's interspersed with the film scenes, and as an added bonus I fell totally in love with The Ralfe Band thanks to the soundtrack. I've ended up buying all three Ralfe Band albums and still can't quit listening to them months later!
BRILLIANT BRILLIANT BRILLIANT.....IF YOUR A BOOSH FAN & ARE INTERESTED IN ANYTHING BOOSH THIS IS FOR YOU, YOU GET TO EXPLORE WHAT GOES ON BEHIND THE BIG RED CURTAIN OF THE BOOSH STAGE..BRILLIANT & FUNNY