I'm a sucker for music docs.
I love when they get famous people to talk about how great other famous people are, while some old banger plays. I'm a sucker for the old record executives with the same haircut they had in the 70s explaining how studio sessions went down.
There's nothing particularly fascinating about his doc from a filmmaking perspective, it's just a well made documentary about an all-time great pop group.
The Bee Gees are an incredible group, people often forget about the career they had before the disco era as well, they wrote some truly beautiful ballads. This doc also serves as a reminder that nothing lasts forever. This added perspective and made it a bit more…