I enjoy documentary looks at people I admire. This is one which gives me more respect for Paul's open acceptance of the New. Fairly well rounded criticism of UK vs American Under ground work. Breaking new ground.
This DVD is more a documentary about the British underground, and a little bit in the USA. But it has some great commentary from Barry Miles (Paul autobio author) and from the person who started up (with Paul's help $$$$) the Indica Gallery.
Loved it! It really showed what an influence that Paul had not only in the Beatles but also in the underground movement at the time. It sets the record straight on what Paul did and what the rest of the Beatles did. Recommended.
Wow. You think you've seen everything about The Beatles, Pink Floyd and the UK underground seen, but this Doc proves there's still new ground to be discovered. Particularly Paul's involvement in experimental recordings (even George Martin), the Indica bookstore, and other stories just not told in the Pop documentaries. Lots of new material to ponder here. This is truly a must for Beatles fans and alternative 60's (Pink Floyd and DMM). Really. New stuff here you probably haven't heard before. And this finally resolves the question of who broke up the Beatles, John or Paul or Yoko (fan battles ensue...). Paul financed the Indica gallery, drug John there, who then met Yoko there. So no matter what, it's Paul's fault ;-). Seriously tho, the series of events painted in this film leads to new understandings of Revolver, Sgt. Pepper and the White album era.